Investigation and Evaluation of the Hybrid System of Energy Storage for Renewable Energies

Abeer Abdullah Al Anazi, Luis Andres Barboza-Arenas, Rosario Mireya Romero-Parra, Ramaswamy Sivaraman, Maytham T. Qasim, Sara Hakem Al-Khafaji, Maher Abdulfadhil Gatea, Reza Alayi, Waqas Farooq, Michał Jasiński, Zbigniew Leonowicz, Filip Novak, Radomir Gono

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The system presented in this paper can change the energy storage landscape by having the advantages of a compressed air storage system and pump storage, as well as minimizing the disadvantages of these two systems. One of the advantages of this system compared to similar systems is the lack of combustion of natural gas. Correspondingly, for construction, it does not require specific specifications for the executive site, and control of the energy and heat of the system (due to the use of water as an operational fluid) is easier than similar systems. In addition, this system is very scalable and can be designed in low capacities to high capacities, energy analysis of this research to identify the basic and effective parameters of the system and determine the limitations and relationships between them. The amount of energy saved in the current research system compared to previous research is significant, and 92% efficiency can be achieved. The energy analysis of this research determined the effect of the parameters on each other and their limitations so that the path of its feasibility design was paved.

Original languageAmerican English
Article number2337
Issue number5
StateIndexed - Mar 2023

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
SGS Grant from VSB—Technical University of Ostrava under grand number SP2023/005.

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© 2023 by the authors.


  • energy analysis
  • energy efficacy
  • pumped hydroelectric
  • renewable energy
  • storage tank


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