Materials for Hybrid Energy Storage - Creating an Ecosystem for Innovation - Shared screen with gallery view
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Dear Mayokun, thank you for your question. (Linear)scaling of the hybrid batteries is indeed a challange. The 5 h in Varell was just to illustrate the capacity of the system. As I mentioned Varel is a demonstrator, for the future use the systems must be even more optimised that Varel. in Having not only more capacity but also in being even more flexible. Namely in my opinion the Varel facility should have more LiB to tackle the weak points of NaS (less flexible). And it is still not a realy "bulk storage" solution
Here the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda of the CETP: https://eranet-smartenergysystems.eu/global/images/cms/CETP/CETP_SRIA_v1.0_endorsed.pdf
Myriam E. Gil Bardaji
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Nikolas Reschen - Austrian Ministry of Climate Action
And here the SET Plan Stakeholder Groups DialoguesSummary Paper: https://expera.smartgridsplus.eu/Repository%20for%20SETPlan%20Horizon%20Europe%20Partnership/3_SRIA-Writing-Process/Final%20SRIA/CETP%20SET%20Plan%20Stakeholder%20Groups%20Dialogues_final.pdf
@Bruno Pollet: I agree in 100 % and this is what I underlined in my presentation. All availble technologies have time limitations
@Ulrich Wietelmann: for seasonal storage wee need the high availlbility , and it is not a case of lithium. the newest discussion on this here https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/kampf-um-das-weisse-gold-wettruesten-in-suedamerikas-lithium-dreieck-17283672.html?premium
And it does not look it will be cheap enough. There is alos the question on the reactivity, of couse Li looks better then H2, but it is still more difficult to store (if you consider tonnes) than Al, Zn...
The same apply for Li3N, it is also very reactive