An energy storage and regeneration system

Niels Schrøder (Inventor)

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Abstract

 

The present invention relates to a method and a system for storing excess energy produced by an electric power plant during periods of lower energy demand than the power plant production capacity. The excess energy is stored by hydrolysis of water and storage of hydrogen and oxygen in underground caverns. When the energy demand exceeds the power production capacity of the plant, the stored gases are burned and the thermal energy is converted into electricity in gas turbine generators. The regenerated electrical power is then used to supplement the output of the electric power plant to meet the higher level of energy demand.

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberPA 2006 0067
Filing date04/05/2005
CountryDenmark
Publication statusSubmitted - 2006

Keywords

  • Energy storrage

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Schrøder, N. (2006). An energy storage and regeneration system. Manuscript submitted for publication. (Patent No. PA 2006 0067).
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An energy storage and regeneration system. / Schrøder, Niels (Inventor).

Patent No.: PA 2006 0067. May 04, 2005.

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