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The Australian Energy Storage Knowledge Bank has a global reach, and this list of energy storage resources gives you access to a range of studies, databases, providers and systems from around the world1.

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Case studies in energy storage
In 2015, the Energy Networks Association (ENA) collated a document that gives an overview of Energy Storage projects around Australia undertaken by its members.
Electricity Network Transformation Roadmap
ENA has been working with the CSIRO to create a roadmap of the electricity network transformation from 2015 to 2025.
Renewable energy stocktake database
The stocktake database collates studies, trials and demonstration projects that connect and integrate renewable energy into the electricity grid. The database is collated by Electrical Networks Australia.
The economics of battery storage
In 2015 the Rocky Mountain Institute published a comprehensive paper analysing the different value streams that energy storage may be able to capture.
Safety testing approaches for large lithium-ion battery systems
This European Union funded project develops and validates a safety framework for large stationary lithium-ion batteries in all stages of their life cycle (commissioning, transport, installation, operation, maintenance, repair, decommissioning, recycling).
Commercialisation of energy storage
This 2015 European Union study examines the role and commercial viability of energy storage in enabling increasing levels of intermittent renewable power generation. It was written to inform thought leaders and decision-makers about the potential contribution of storagetointegrate renewable energy sources.
Global energy storage database
While the Australian Energy Storage Knowledge Bank project endeavours to deliver as much data as possible on real-life usage of energy storage systems, this US Department of Energy database gives an overview of the different energy storage projects deployed around the world, NA – Renewable Database.
Alaskan energy powerhouse data
The Alaskan Centre for Energy and Power has compiled an Energy Data Gateway that includes high-resolution data from energy storage and renewable energy deployment across Alaska.
Residential battery tests
ITP Renewables, a Canberra based consultancy, have established a lithium-ion battery testing facility where residential energy storage systems are tested and compared in an unbiased setting. Data is available on their website.
TransGrid’s iDemand project
iDemand is an electricity demand management system including a battery, solar panels and energy-efficient lighting. iDemand is designed to reduce TransGrid’s electricity use at our Sydney West site by almost half at times of peak demand. Much of the data from the system is available under the section of the website.
Solar Quotes battery buying guide
Solar Quotes is an independent website that helps prospective customers get quotes from reputable installers and provides information covering the cost of electricity from energy storage systems to warranty conditions. They have a range of other articles on residential energy storage systems.
Residential battery system buying guide
Ergon Energy, a Queensland distribution company, has compiled a comprehensive guide to buying residential battery storage systems.
TECHNICAL PAPER 1: Battery Storage Technologies, Applications and Trend in Renewable Energy, IEEE ICSET, 2016
TECHNICAL PAPER 2: Home Energy Management System for Demand-Based Tariff Towards Smart Applicances in Smart Grids, IEEE PEDS, 2017
TECHNICAL PAPER 3: Overview of Optimal Energy Management for Nanogrids (End-Users with Renewables and Storage), AUPEC, 2016
TECNICAL PAPER 4: Opportunities for Battery Storage and Australian Energy Storage Knowledge Bank Test System for Microgrid Applications, AUPEC, 2016
TECHNICAL PAPER 5: Microgrid System and Component Evaluation: Mobile Test Platform with Battery Storage, IEEE ISGTAsia, 2017
TECHNICAL PAPER 6: Impacts of Thermal Issues/Weather Conditions on the Operation of Grid Scale Battery Storage Systems, IEEE PEDS, 2019
PRESENTATION 1 : Australian Power Institute 2017 SUMMER SCHOOL Presentation on AESK and Battery Storage
PRESENTATION 2 : Australian Energy Storage Conference, 24 May 2018, on Opportunities and Issues in Microgrid Systems with Battery Storageand AESKB
PRESENTATION 3: 1st Grid Transformation Professional Development Seminar, 15-16 April 2019, Part 1 Battery operation in a microgrid
PRESENTATION 4: 1st Grid Transformation Professional Development Seminar, 15-16 April 2019, Part 2 Flexible microgrid testing system
PRESENTATION 5: 1st Grid Transformation Professional Development Seminar, 15-16 April 2019, LG Chem Utility Scale Batteries
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 1 Opening Slides
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 2 Introduction and Requirements
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 3 Data Logging and Preliminary Test Results
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 4 Tesla Presentation
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 5 SAPN Salisbury Trial
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 6 Cape Jervis Trial
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 7 Power Tech AESKB Implementation
AESKB Workshop on 21 May 2018: Part 8 ESCRI-SA Battery Storage
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