This chapter looks at a non-conventional large scale energetic storage system integrated with membrane technology, designed to produce and store methane as a source of power. The opportunities for using low cost electrical energy, generated by a renewable energy source such as wind, are also described. An analysis of a case study, ProGeo, is shown, which suggests how to accumulate electricity as chemical energy and satisfy the energy peaks and seasonal storage by using methane in a smart system. © 2014 Woodhead Publishing Limited All rights reserved.

Membrane technologies for the storage as methane of energy generated by wind power and other renewable sources

Capriccioli, A.
2013

Abstract

This chapter looks at a non-conventional large scale energetic storage system integrated with membrane technology, designed to produce and store methane as a source of power. The opportunities for using low cost electrical energy, generated by a renewable energy source such as wind, are also described. An analysis of a case study, ProGeo, is shown, which suggests how to accumulate electricity as chemical energy and satisfy the energy peaks and seasonal storage by using methane in a smart system. © 2014 Woodhead Publishing Limited All rights reserved.
978-085709545-9
Electro-fuel;Energy storage;Membrane;Methane;ProGeo;Renewable energy;Wind
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