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Traction Power Wayside Energy Storage Technology Feasibility Analysis: A Broad Review
February 25, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
The IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS) Philadelphia Chapter is holding a virtual meeting using Microsoft Teams. The topic is Traction Power Wayside Energy Storage Technology Feasibility Analysis: A Broad Review. Mr. Benjamin (Ralph) Stell, P. E., Associate and Senior Engineer, STV Incorporated, is our guest speaker. The project economics of Wayside Energy Storage Systems (WESS) intended for energy conservation purposes only are heavily dependent on current and future electric rates. This is most likely the primary reason why there have been so few WESS implementations dedicated to energy conservation in the USA to date. And, with the exception of supercapacitor-based WESS, most of these implementations have been experimental pilot-type projects. Several pilot type WESS projects have been successful, but the application of these systems solely for energy and demand savings has been limited in the USA primarily due to unacceptably long paybacks due to high capital cost coupled with low electric rates. Mr. Stell will discuss available wayside energy technologies that offer promise for pilot-type projects. This presentation provides an overview of wayside energy storage and recovery technologies such as supercapacitors, storage batteries, flywheels, and reversible substations that can be used on traction power systems. Attendees may apply for 1.0 PDH upon completion of lecture. Certificates will be provided through the IEEE Certificates Program, accepted in all states. PDHs are provided at a cost of $5.00 per certificate. Send payment to Brandon Swartley via Zelle at email@example.com. Evaluation forms must be completed online to obtain PDH certificates at https://r2.ieee.org/philadelphia-vts/forms/ Speaker(s): Mr. Benjamin (Ralph) Stell, P. E., Agenda: Introduction Presentation Questions Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/303841