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Code of practice for electrical energy storage systems

Cotterell, Martin, Kenyon, Graham, Wright, Bill, Allman, Martin, Amiri, Arash, Arora, Kiran, Atkins, Sandy, Babalola, Tobi, Baoustanos, Athanasios, Barton, John, Bell, Deidre, Bloomfield, Sue, Bulley, Russell, Burns, Allan, Buston, Jonathan, Carswell, Cameron, Chandler, Paul, Chatzivasileiadi, Aikaterini, Coles, Mark, Collinge, Michael, Collins, Paul, Cooper, Ian, Cooper, Rachel, Crossland, Andrew, Doring, Thomas, Earl, Alex, Farmer, Yselkla, Gordon, Frank, Goss, Brian, Granby, Chris, Hadrill, Alexander, Hall, Peter, Hounsell, Keith, James, Peter, Kaniturk, Serkan, Lewis, Adair, Lodge, Rupert, McDonald, Ian, Morton, Ken, Murray, Ian, Naberezhnykh, Denis, Noble, Ray, O'Neil, Jim, Oldershaw, Tim, Pugsley, Charlie, Rankin, Peter, Roberts, Chris, Rowe, Matthew, Saunders, Steve, Spillett, David, Strickland, Dani, Such, Rob, Thomas, Griff, Vincent, Nigel, Vinyard, Ben, Warren, Jon, Warren, Joe, Weightman, Alfred, Wittich, Denis, Woolner, Les and Right, Chris 2017. Code of practice for electrical energy storage systems. Stevenage, UK: The Institution of Engineering and Technology.

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Abstract

The purpose of this Code of Practice is to provide a reference to practitioners on the safe, effective and competent application of electrical energy storage systems. It also provides an understanding of the common terms and operating modes of electrical energy storage systems. Building on the IET’s technical briefing: Electrical Energy Storage: an Introduction this will also provide detailed information on the specification, design, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of an energy storage system. The scope covers all types of electrical and electrochemical energy storage systems; integration into low voltage power systems; industrial, commercial and domestic applications and systems aligned with existing standards, regulations and guidance.

Item Type: Book
Book Type: Authored Book
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Architecture
Publisher: The Institution of Engineering and Technology
ISBN: 978-1-78561-278-7
Last Modified: 17 Aug 2017 11:29
URI: http://orca.cf.ac.uk/id/eprint/103727

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