Energy storage is the capability to store and transfer electrical energy from the solar to the ground, and vice versa, through a device that provides an equivalent amount of stored energy using the electrical energy of a solar system (usually a DC/AC device). If a solar system produces energy using solar radiation energy or a generator, the energy can either be stored in a storage device, or it can be collected and converted into electricity. Depending on the type of storage device (DC, AC, or PV), and how much energy is stored, the efficiency of the system can be reduced, the efficiency of the energy stored can be decreased, or the available power is diminished by the amount that is required for the conversion/storage, or the amount of energy stored is greater than the energy consumed to produce the energy stored.
Energy storage devices vary in different capacities. The capacity of the energy storage device (or “capacity factor”) is the ratio of the capacity of the system to its capacity factor—the ratio that indicates how well the system works. If a storage device is large, it has more capacity (capability) to store energy (capacity factor). If a storage device is small, it has less capacity (capability) to store energy.
Here are two examples of two different type of storage devices (different capacity factors):
The energy stored in an electronic device has a higher capacity to store energy then the other storage devices:
The size of an electronic device and its capacity have a significant influence on the amount of energy saved by the device:
To be considered a capacity factor, an storage device must either:
be larger than the storage capability of the system (Capacity factor)
be less than half the size (Capacity factor/Capacity factor).
All other storage devices have the capacity to store energy, as shown on the table below.
Here is a table showing the capacity factors for all of the energy storage devices:
Capacity Field capacity factor Capacity factor/Capacity factor Capacity factor/Capacity factor 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1.9 14.2 16.6 19.35 22.6 26.7 30.5 34.4 37.9 40.4 42.5 46.5 52.9 6.4 14.7 17.0 22.8 25.8 29.4 34.2 37.5 40.4 43.9 46.5 52.9 10.6 16.5 19.
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