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Monday, October 17

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Plenary Session

(MP3 audio, 1:24:57, 38.8 MB)

Session 1: Policy and Economics of Electrical Energy Storage (EES)

Chair: T. Vassallo, Univ. of Sydney (MP3 audio, 56:50, 26.0 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Don’t Forget That: Past, Present, and Future Philosophy for Energy Storage Price, A. – Swanbarton, Ltd. PDF, 53kb Unavailable
The Impacts of Regulation, Policy, and Advanced Technologies, and Market Dynamics on the Deployment of Energy Storage Processes Miller, G. – Hudson Clean Energy Partners PDF, 59kb PDF, 117kb
Evaluating Modular Distributed Electricity Resources for Utility Transmission and Distribution Upgrade Deferral and Life Extension Eyer, J. – Distributed Utility Assoc. PDF, 50kb PDF, 28kb

Session 2: Grid Applications of EES

Chair: P. Kulkarni, CEC (MP3 audio, 56:59, 26.0 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Grid-Supporting Battery Energy Storage Systems in the Low-Voltage Distribution Grid Geth, F. – K.U.Leuven, Belgium PDF, 88kb Unavailable
Enabling Renewable Energy Transmission – Advanced Carbon Energy Storage System for Transmission Utilization Improvement Anderson, J. – C&D Technologies, Inc. PDF, 53kb Unavailable
Determining Storage Reserves for Regulating Solar Variability on the Electric Power Grid Norris, B. – Clean Power Research PDF, 96kb PDF, 517kb
Recent Applications of Sodium-Sulfur (NAS) Battery System in the United States and In Japan Hatta, T. – NGK Insulators, Japan PDF, 233kb PDF, 271kb

Session 3: UK Research – Innovative Technologies

Chair: J. Boyes (MP3 audio, 1:11:24, 32.6 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Techno-Economic Modeling of a Utility Scale Redox Flow Battery System Roberts, E.P.L. – Univ. of Manchester PDF, 141kb Unavailable
Substrates for the Positive Electrode Reaction in the Zinc-Cerium Redox Flow Battery Berlouis, L.E.A. – C-Tech Innovation, Ltd. PDF, 161kb Unavailable
The Development of Flow Batteries from Proof of Concept to Pilot Scale Wills, R. – Univ. of Southampton, UK PDF, 135kb Unavailable
Temperature Dependence of Key Performance Indicators for Aqueous Electrochemical Capacitors Containing Nanostructured Birnessite Manganese Dioxide Slade, R.C.T. – Univ. of Surrey, UK PDF, 524kb Unavailable

Tuesday, October 18

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Plenary Session

(MP3 audio, 9:45, 4.47 MB)

Session 4: EES Electrochemistry

Chair: C. Lamontagne, Navigant (MP3 audio, 1:18:24, 35.9 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Exploration and Practice of Energy Storage Technology in Shanghai Yu, Z. – Tech. & Dev. Ctr. of Shanghai PDF, 68kb Unavailable
Applying a Variety of Battery Chemistries for Energy Storage Roberts, B. – S & C Electric PDF, 37kb Unavailable
MetILs: A Family of Metal Ionic Liquids for Redox Flow Batteries Anderson, T. – SNL PDF, 141kb PDF, 465kb

Session 5: Emerging Energy Storage Technology

Chair: M. Sira, Kohler Co. (MP3 audio, 1:09:00, 31.5 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Zinc/Air – A Low-Cost, Long-Life, and Safe Battery Technology Oster, M. – Eos Energy Storage PDF, 30kb Unavailable
The Aqueous Electrolyte Sodium Ion Battery: A Low-Cost Solution From Aquion Energy Whitacre, J. – Aquion Energy PDF, 152kb Unavailable
Thermal Energy Storage as an Enabling Technology for Renewable Energy Denholm, P. – NREL PDF, 138kb Unavailable
Advanced Electrochemical Storage RD&D at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for Renewable Integration and Grid Applications Yang, Z. – PNNL PDF, 270kb Unavailable

Session 6: Power Electronics

Chair: A. Price, Swanbarton (MP3 audio, 1:28:20, 40.4 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Battery Module Balancing with a Cascaded H-Bridge Multilevel Inverter Senesky, M. – National Semiconductor PDF, 145kb Unavailable
A Power Electronic Conditioner Using Electrochemical Capacitors to Improve Wind Turbine Power Quality Crow, M. – Missouri S&T PDF, 162kb PDF, 154kb
Degradation Mechanisms and Characterization Techniques in Silicon Carbide MOSFETs at High-Temperature Operation Kaplar, R. – SNL PDF, 251kb PDF, 5.1mb
Sanyo’s Smart Energy System with a 1.5-Megawatt Hour Lithium-Ion Battery and 1-Megawatt Photovoltaic Solar System Hanafusa, H. – SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. PDF, 244kb PDF, 290kb
Ultra-High-Voltage Silicon-Carbide (SiC) Thyristors – Next-Generation Power Electronics Building Blocks Singh, R. – GeneSiC Semiconductor PDF, 390kb Unavailable

Session 7: Modeling & Simulation of EES

Chair: G. Huff, SNL (MP3 audio, 1:18:11, 31.2 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Widespread Deployment of Electric Storage in the Industrial and Manufacturing Sectors Scalzo, P. – EMB Energy, Inc. PDF, 31kb Unavailable
Modeling of PV Plus Storage for Public Service Company of New Mexico’s Prosperity Energy Storage Project Lavrova, O. – UNM PDF, 187kb Unavailable
Optimization Routine for Energy Storage Dispatch Scheduling in Grid-Connected, Combined Photovoltaic-Storage Systems Washom, B. – Univ. of California San Diego PDF, 116kb Unavailable
Numerical Analysis on the Temperature Distribution in the Molten Sodium-Sulfur Battery Module Min, J. – Pusan Nat’l Univ., Korea PDF, 200kb Unavailable

Wednesday, October 19

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Session 8: Emerging EES Technologies

Chair: B. Washom, UCSD (MP3 audio, 1:06:40, 30.5 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
A New Fe/V Redox Flow Battery Li, L. – PNNL PDF, 114kb Unavailable
Lifetime of Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries Schreiber, M. – Cellstrom GmbH, Austria PDF, 64kb Unavailable
Demonstration of Energy Storage Using A Breakthrough Redox Flow Battery Technology Horne, C. – EnerVault Corp. PDF, 26kb Unavailable

Session 9: EES Demonstrations

Chair: T. Aselage, SNL (MP3 audio, 1:10:01, 32.0 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Commercialization of Silicon Carbide Power Modules for High-Performance Energy Applications Hornberger, J. – APEI PDF, 54kb Unavailable
Second-Generation Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology Meeting Renewable Energy/Smart Grid Requirements Nakhamkin, M. – Energy Storage & Power, LLC PDF, 40kb Unavailable
Systems Integration Strategies for the 10-kWh Redflow Zinc Bromine Battery Module Hickey, S. – RedFlow Limited PDF, 29kb Unavailable
Managing the State of Charge of Energy Storage Systems Used for Frequency Regulation Lazarewicz, M. – Beacon Power Corp. PDF, 215kb Unavailable

Session 10: EES Special Applications

Chair: R. Guttromson, SNL (MP3 audio, 1:11:45, 32.8 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
Why Aren’t We Building New, Grid-Scale Energy Storage Projects? Manwaring, M. – HDR Engineering, Inc. PDF, 38kb Unavailable
Energy Storage — A Cheaper, Faster, and Cleaner Alternative to Conventional Frequency Regulation Damato, G. – StrateGen PDF, 159kb Unavailable
Ultracapacitor Technology for Utility Applications Burke, A. – Univ.of California-Davis PDF, 33kb Unavailable
Ultrabattery Storage Technology and Advanced Algorithms at the Megawatt Scale Coppin, P. – CSIRO Energy Transformed, Australia PDF, 204kb PDF, 489kb

Session 11: Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES)

Chair: J. Eyer, Distributed Utility Assoc. (MP3 audio, 47:19, 21.6 MB)

Title Author Abstract Paper
New York State Electric and Gas American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Advanced Compressed Air Energy Storage Demonstration Plant – 2011 Status Schainker, R. – EPRI PDF, 54kb Unavailable
Iowa Stored Energy Park “Lessons From Iowa” Holst, K. – Iowa Stored Energy Park PDF, 52kb Unavailable
Small-Scale Scalable Compressed Air Energy Storage System with Thermal Management Simmons, J. H. – Univ. of Arizona PDF, 32kb Unavailable

Keynote Address and Closing Remarks

(MP3 audio, 15:11, 6.95 MB)

Posters

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Monday, October 17

Title Author Abstract Paper
A Battery Storage System for Distributed Demand Response in Rural Environments McCann, R. – Univ. of Arkansas PDF, 83kb PDF, 168kb
The State/Federal Energy Storage Technology Advancement Partnership Project Margolis, A. – Clean Energy States Alliance PDF, 62kb Unavailable
Applying Renewable Storage to the Commercial Environment Hires, J. – GS Battery (USA) Inc. PDF, 42kb Unavailable
Recent U.S. Policy and Legal Implications for Energy Storage vis-à-vis RPS Mandates Hernandez, J. – SNL PDF, 69kb PDF, 460kb
Use of Storage to Mitigate Frequency Variations in a Load Frequency Control Model Lim, M. – Univ. of Colorado at Boulder PDF, 75kb PDF, 436kb

Tuesday, October 18

Title Author Abstract Paper
Silicon Nano-Scoop Anodes for High-Power Li-Ion Batteries Koratkar, N. – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute PDF, 26kb Unavailable
Economic and Cost Modeling of the Repurposing Electrical Vehicle Batteries for Stationary Storage Applications Jaffe, S. – IDC Energy Insights PDF, 41kb Unavailable
Experimental Approach for Thermal Modeling of Sodium-Sulfur Battery Based on Isothermal Chamber Test Lee, C. – RIST, Korea PDF, 273kb Unavailable
Preliminary Findings of National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Electric Vehicle Lithium-Ion Battery Secondary-Use Project Neubauer, J. – NREL PDF, 246kb Unavailable
Effects of Operating Parameters on the Single-Cell Performance of the Vanadium Redox Flow Battery for Energy Storage Wu, Chun-Hsing – Green Energy and Environmental Research Lab. PDF, 288kb Unavailable

Wednesday, October 19

Title Author Abstract Paper
PG&E Compressed Air Energy Storage in California Narang, A. – PG&E PDF, 57kb PDF, 152kb
Characterization and Assessment of Novel Bulk Storage Technologies Agrawal, P. – Senetech/SRA International PDF, 70kb Unavailable
Compressed Air Energy Storage and Geographic Aggregation: Mutually Reinforcing Strategies for Integrating Wind Power Succar, S. – National Resources Defense Council PDF, 50kb PDF, 2.1mb
Simulation and Optimization of a Flow Battery in an Area Regulation Application Savinell, R. F. – Case Western Reserve Univ. PDF, 147kb Unavailable