Carnot battery technology: A state-of-the-art review

  title={Carnot battery technology: A state-of-the-art review},
  author={Olivier Dumont and Guido Francesco Frate and Aditya Pillai and Steven Lecompte and Michel De Paepe and Vincent Lemort},
  journal={Journal of energy storage},
Life cycle analysis of a Carnot battery based on a Rankine cycle (Pumped thermal energy storage)
: The growth of renewable energy requires flexible, low-cost and efficient electrical storage systems to balance the mismatch between energy supply and demand. The Carnot battery (or Pumped Thermal
Review of Carnot Battery Technology Commercial Development
Carnot batteries are a quickly developing group of technologies for medium and long duration electricity storage. It covers a large range of concepts which share processes of a conversion of power to
Pumped Thermal Energy Storage System for Trigeneration: The Concept of Power to XYZ
: The objective of this investigation is to present a novel concept for the optimum exploitation of volatile electricity from renewable energy sources. The idea of the Carnot battery is extended to a
Enabling Technologies for Sector Coupling: A Review on the Role of Heat Pumps and Thermal Energy Storage
In order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, current and future energy systems need to be made more efficient and sustainable. This change can be accomplished by increasing the penetration of
A Preliminary Design and Modeling Analysis of Two-Phase Volumetric Expanders for a Novel Reversible Organic Rankine-Based Cycle for Carnot Battery Technology
Carnot battery technology appears to be a promising solution to increase the development of power generation and offers a good solution for high-capacity, day-to-day energy storage. This technology
Simulation of the Part Load Behavior of Combined Heat Pump-Organic Rankine Cycle Systems
Pumped Thermal Energy Storages (PTES) are suitable for bridging temporary energy shortages, which may occur due to the utilization of renewable energy sources. A combined heat pump (HP)-Organic
Thermodynamic Performance of a Brayton Pumped Heat Energy Storage System: Influence of Internal and External Irreversibilities
A model for a pumped thermal energy storage system based on a Brayton cycle working successively as a heat pump and a heat engine indicates that the physical region, where the coupled system can operate, strongly depends on the irreversibility parameters.


Pumped Thermal Electricity Storage: A technology overview
  • A. Benato, A. Stoppato
  • Engineering, Environmental Science
    Thermal Science and Engineering Progress
  • 2018