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Net Present Value Analysis of a Hybrid Gas Engine-Energy Storage System in the Balancing Mechanism
There is the potential for hybridised gas engine-energy storage systems to participate in the Balancing Mechanism (BM) by offering a product that marries the advantages of both units. The higher price offerings are currently dominated by pumped storage (PS) assets. Given their high-flexibility, PS plants mostly offer at higher prices, but respond quicker and can run for a smaller minimum run time than a gas engine on its own. The operation of the hybrid system must match the operation of thedoi:10.3390/en13153816 fatcat:mpawdsunnjhd3njz2yp2n7chyu