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Life Cycle Cost Analysis for utility-scale Energy Storage systems
The Journal of Undergraduate Research at the University of Illinois at Chicago
This paper examines the existing literature in life cycle cost analysis of large scale electricity storage systems, providing an overview of their technical benefits and drawbacks as well as the cost associated with their expected lifespan. The energy storage systems that are being evaluated are Lead-Acid batteries, Nickel-Cadmium batteries, Sodium-Sulfur batteries, Compressed Air energy storage, and Pumped Hydro plants. These systems are suitable for grid support, and are considered of greatdoi:10.5210/jur.v9i2.7556 fatcat:yhgbesfvirddlbugbqkhn5tcri