Development in Energy Generation through CAES (Compressed Air Energy Storage) System
Author(s):
P. Raj Kumar , Ch. Rakesh , Ch. Venkata Satish , Ch. Durga Prasad , K. Kranthi Kiran
Keywords:
Compressed air Energy Storage, Salt Caverns, economical characteristics, alternative storage media, air receiving tanks.
Abstract
This experimental study of CAES (Compressed Air Energy Storage) System dives into the usage, advantages, disadvantages and properties of energy generation using the CAES. The Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) System represents a promising avenue for advancing energy generation. This abstract explores recent developments in CAES technology, highlighting improvements in efficiency, scalability, and environmental impact. The integration of advanced materials and smart control systems has enhanced the overall performance of CAES, enabling better grid integration and increased renewable energy utilization. The abstract also discusses challenges and potential future directions in optimizing CAES as a reliable and sustainable energy storage system. Environmental considerations, particularly regarding air quality and noise pollution, have driven research into advanced compression and expansion techniques, as well as the exploration of alternative storage media. Additionally, life cycle assessments and techno-economic analyses have become integral to the development process, ensuring that CAES systems are not only efficient but also sustainable. This abstract also discusses the salt caverns replaced with metal air receiving tanks which meets almost all the properties of these salt caverns and decreases the initial cost of finding these salt caverns which are out of reach. Salt caverns are found far from the power stations and may induce additional economical characteristics for transmission of electricity to the CAES system.
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Unique Paper ID: 162549

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 10

Page(s): 486 - 494
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