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Cloud Storage for Multi-Service Battery Operation (Extended Version)

  title={Cloud Storage for Multi-Service Battery Operation (Extended Version)},
  author={Mohammad Rasouli and Tao Sun and Camille Pache and Patrick Panciatici and Jean Maeght and Ramesh Johari and Ram Rajagopal},
  journal={arXiv: Signal Processing},
Electrical batteries are able to provide a wide range of services to the electricity system. However, the main barrier to their development is the cost, which can be overcome by the provision of multiple services. This paper proposes a multi-service framework where large-scale batteries are shared between different users and use cases by defining operational metrics such as multiplexing gain and probability of blocking. We apply this framework to the specific case of sharing a battery between… 

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