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Future of Energy Storage

March 14, 2013

Energy Storage:

A type of thermodynamically power that is used to obtain the system similarly to do work is known as energy. There are different types of in energy in different area of science such as physics and chemistry both have different types of energy in their relevant areas which are used to obtain their phenomena’s individually. The distinctive features of the electrical power sector is that the quantity of electricity that can be generated is relatively fixed over short periods of time, although need for energy varies throughout the day.

An image displaying Energy StorageThe distinctive features of the electrical power sector is that the quantity of electricity that can be generated is relatively fixed over short periods of time, although need for energy varies throughout the day. Developing technology to store electrical energy in which it can be used to store electrical energy.

 Different types of Energy Storage’s are:

 

•             Hydrogen cells: This is one of the primary energy storage .In this type the energy is stored in the form of hydrogen ion and then generates power.

•             Batteries: In this type they can generate power with the help of different cells arrangement in the specific manner called battery.

•             Fuel tanks: In this type the energy is stored in the form of liquid; it appears like a box which is filled with liquid gasoline in which it is used by engine to generate energy.

An important task in dealing with the requirements of global warming and meeting the 60% emissions objectives set by the UK Govt is to find more sustainable ‘clean’ resources of energy and techniques for storing energy when it cannot be instantly used. Over the next millennium the growth of a wide range of energy resources and technology will be required to relieve the issues of both provide supply and contamination.

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