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Assessment of Electricity Storage Technology for Solar PV

Assessment of Electricity Storage Technology for Solar PV
Date:
31 October 2018
Category:
Energy
Editors:
Sichao Kan, Yoshiaki Shibata, Ichiro Kutani
Tags:
Energy

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Solar photovoltaic (PV) is one of the promising technologies to address not only climate issues but pollution and energy security concerns as well. The rapidly declining cost of solar PV systems makes it an even economically feasible choice for a country. However, it is also a fact that on-grid solar PV is beset with unresolved issues such as fluctuating power output. In terms of the choice of technologies, we already have existing alternatives such as lithium-ion batteries. In choosing the most appropriate technology, however, cost is one of the biggest considerations. This issue is well known but has not been well quantified. Hence, this study tries to quantify the necessary capacity of batteries against the output from solar PV, as well as their estimated total system costs. The cost estimates based on varied assumptions will help policymakers create better energy policies in their respective ASEAN countries.

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Cover Page 

Foreword

Acknowledgements 

Table of Contents

List of Project Members

List of Figures

List of Tables

List of Abbreviations

Executive Summary

Chapter 1. Introduction 

Chapter 2. Current Status and Policy of ASEAN Member States

Chapter 3. Characteristics of Storage Technologies

Chapter 4. Assessment of Storage Technologies for Solar PV

Chapter 5. Policy Recommendations

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