IEC TS 62933-2-2:2022(E) defines testing methods and duty cycles to validate the EES system’s technical specification for the manufacturers, designers, operators, utilities and owners of the EES systems which evaluate the performance of the EES systems for various applications. The following items are covered in this document. The energy storage devices and technologies are outside the scope of this document:
performance testing methods;
duty cycles for specific application.
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IEC TR 62933-2-200:2021(E) presents a case study of electrical energy storage (EES) systems located in electric vehicle (EV) charging stations with photovoltaic (PV) power generation (PV-EES-EV charging stations) with a voltage level of 20 kV and below. EES systems are highlighted in this document because they are a desired option to make the charging stations (especially the high-power fast charging stations) grid-friendly, improve the self-consumption of clean energy generation, and increase the revenue of stations. In this application, EES systems show excellent performance by running in a variety of available operating modes, such as peak shaving, power smoothing, load tracing, time-of-use (TOU) price arbitrage, and ancillary services. The general duty cycle is recommended based on the summary of the operation characteristics of the EES systems.
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IEC 62933-5-2:2020 primarily describes safety aspects for people and, where appropriate, safety matters related to the surroundings and living beings for grid-connected energy storage systems where an electrochemical storage subsystem is used.
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IEC/TS 62933-3-1:2018(E) is applicable to EES systems designed for grid-connected indoor or outdoor installation and operation. This document considers
necessary functions and capabilities of EES systems
test items and performance assessment methods for EES systems
requirements for monitoring and acquisition of EES system operating parameters
exchange of system information and control capabilities required
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IEC 62933-1:2018 defines terms applicable to electrical energy storage (EES) systems including terms necessary for the definition of unit parameters, test methods, planning, installation, safety and environmental issues.
This terminology document is applicable to grid-connected systems able to extract electrical energy from an electric power system, store it internally, and inject electrical power to an electric power system. The step for charging and discharging an EES system may comprise an energy conversion.
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IEC 62933-2-1:2017 focuses on unit parameters and testing methods of EES systems. The energy storage devices and technologies are outside the scope of this document. This document deals with EES system performance defining:
testing methods. The contents of the corrigendum of January 2019 have been included in this copy.
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IEC TS 62933-4-1:2017(E) describes environmental issues associated with electrical energy storage systems (EES systems), and presents guidelines to address the environmental impacts to and from EES systems including the impacts to humans due to chronic exposure associated with the mentioned environmental impacts.
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IEC TS 62933-5-1:2017 specifies safety considerations (e.g. hazards identification, risk assessment, risk mitigation) applicable to EES systems integrated with the electrical grid.
This document provides criteria to foster the safe application and use of electric energy storage systems of any type or size intended for grid-integrated applications
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