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Title Description Creator Dataset(s) Geographic Coverage Time Coverage
EPSRC Manifest Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) The University of Manchester The data is from tests performed at The University of Manchester on a commercial 240 kW 180 kWh lithium-ion battery electrical energy storage system (BESS) within the EPSRC funded Multi-scale ANalysis for Facilities for Energy STorage (Manifest) Project (EP/N032888/1). The system is connected to the LV network (400 V) and is located on campus within a mixed-use (offices, lecture theatres, and laboratories) university building (so behind the meter). Alessandro Massi Pavan The University of Manchester EDC0000139 United Kingdom
Manchester
Start: 01/03/2017
End: 01/03/2017

EPSRC Manifest Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) Calibration Tests, The University of Sheffield The data is from tests performed at The University of Sheffield, on a 1MWh/2MW lithium-titanate battery energy storage (BESS) by Toshiba SCiB Technology, within the EPSRC funded Multi-scale ANalysis for Facilities for Energy STorage (Manifest) Project EP/N032888/1. The system is connected directly to the grid through an 11kV feed, located at Willenhall Primary Substation. Interfacing to grid is achieved through a 2.2MVA ABB PCS100 inverter, and a 2.1MVA dry-type transformer with 1:30.55 ratio. Shahab Nejad, The University of Sheffield EDC0000140 United Kingdom
Sheffield
Start: 01/03/2017
End: 01/03/2017

EPSRC Manifest Energy Storage System (ESS) Efficiency Test, Newcastle University In this experiment the efficiency of an emulated Energy Storage System (ESS) is measured in the Smart Grid laboratory at Newcastle University. Real-time simulation is carried out using a TRIPHASE real-time simulator to model the ESS network, allowing the laboratory hardware to operate as though it is coupled to a real distribution-scale network. The ESS emulator was used to represent the characteristics of three Li-ion battery banks with nominal voltage, power and energy ratings as follows: (i) 200V 1kW 1kWh, (ii) 400V 5kW 5kWh, and (iii) 400V 10kW 10kWh. Thomas John, Research Associate, School of Engineering, Newcastle University, UK EDC0000157 England
Newcastle University
Start: 02/03/2020
End: 02/03/2020

EPSRC Manifest Energy Storage System (ESS) Latency Test, Newcastle University In this experiment the response time of an Energy Storage System (ESS) was measured in the Smart Grid laboratory at Newcastle University. Real-time simulation was carried out using a TRIPHASE real-time simulator to model the ESS network, allowing the laboratory hardware to operate as though it is coupled to a real distribution-scale network. The ESS emulator was used to represent the characteristics of a Li-Ion battery with a single string of 50 series cells, each with a nominal voltage of 4 V and a capacity of 200 Ah; these parameters were selected in order to set the nominal voltage, power and energy ratings of the ESS to 200 V, 20 kW and 40 kWh respectively. Thomas John, Research Associate, School of Engineering, Newcastle University, UK EDC0000158 England
Newcastle University
Start: 30/04/2019
End: 30/04/2019

EPSRC Manifest Energy Storage System (ESS) Calibration Test, Newcastle University The experiments were conducted using an Energy Storage System (ESS) in the Smart Grid laboratory at Newcastle University that includes transformers and converters interfacing to the grid, and various energy storage assets. The aim was to demonstrate the control of power flows between the grid and a 90kW / 2kWh supercapacitor bank. Tests were performed to control real power steps (short duration / high power, and long duration / low power) and reactive power steps of the grid-coupled converter. The corresponding power time-series at the supercapacitor bank terminals and the State of Charge (SoC) were recorded and plotted in the accompanying report. Thomas John, Research Associate, School of Engineering, Newcastle University, UK EDC0000159 England
Newcastle University
Start: 04/12/2019
End: 04/12/2019

EPSRC Manifest Supercapacitor System Efficiency Test, Newcastle University The experiments were conducted using an Energy Storage System (ESS) in the Smart Grid laboratory at Newcastle University, that includes transformers and converters interfacing to the grid, and various energy storage assets. They tested the efficiency of the system components, including the supercapacitor bank and associated power converters. Tests were performed to control the supercapacitor power steps, while measuring power at the terminals of each system component. Efficiencies of the system components for various initial values of supercapacitor state of charge (SoC) are presented in the data files and accompanying report. Thomas John, Research Associate, School of Engineering, Newcastle University, UK EDC0000160 England
Newcastle University
Start: 21/01/2020
End: 21/01/2020

EPSRC Manifest Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) Efficiency Tests, The University of Sheffield The data is from efficiency tests performed at The University of Sheffield, on a 1MWh/2MW lithium-titanate battery energy storage (BESS) by Toshiba SCiB Technology, within the EPSRC funded Multi-scale ANalysis for Facilities for Energy STorage (Manifest) Project EP/N032888/1. The system is connected directly to the grid through an 11kV feed, located at Willenhall Primary Substation. Interfacing to grid is achieved through a 2.2MVA ABB PCS100 inverter, and a 2.1MVA dry-type transformer with 1:30.55 ratio. Matthew Smith, University of Sheffield, UK EDC0000163 England
Data recorded from the Willenhall Energy Storage System (WESS), located at Willenhall Primary Substation, Bilston Road, Wolverhampton.
Start: 23/05/2018
End: 07/06/2018