The Study of Energy Management Scheme of Hybrid Energy Storage System for Responding High Demand with Long Period
Keywords:Hybrid energy storage system, high demand, peak shaving, multi-level threshold
Most large and controlled buildings require high power demand with long period. However, there are restrictions on building facilities and image when it comes to reducing electricity consumption. Another option is to install a roof-top solar power system, though due to the small installation area, it will only partially reduce energy use. Hybrid energy storage systems in combination with AGM batteries and LFP batteries are now offered as a lower cost energy management solution. AGM batteries are constrained in their ability to produce current, hence a larger current supply will reduce the battery's useable capacity. Therefore, in order to respond to high demand with long period, this research proposed a separate multi-level threshold control of the battery packs, and used the control factor in the form of current ratio to divide the load response for each battery type: On-Peak in AGM: LFP at 0.7:0.3, Off-Peak in AGM : LFP at 0.5 : 0.5. And when one battery was not ready for use, the other battery would be run at full capacity. The results showed that the AGM battery had a peak discharge current of 12.7A, or approximately 0.5C when coupled with an LFP battery, and when processing power storage system capacity, a loss of 8.99 kWh occurred. or 6.8% of the overall capacity.