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  • Australian Battery Performance Standard Project

    Webinar 2 10:30 - 11:30 AM, Thu 20 June 2019

    This project is funded by ARENA’s Advancing Renewables Program and the Victorian Government’s New Energy Jobs Fund.

    Project website: www.dnvgl.com/cases/australian-battery-performance-testing-standard-project-abps-project--143069

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  • Australian Battery Performance Standard Project Webinar 2 - Thu 20 June 2019

    This project is funded by ARENA’s Advancing Renewables Program and the Victorian Government’s New Energy Jobs Fund.

    10:30-10:35 Welcome – Smart Energy Council

    10:35-10:45 Battery Performance Standard Project Introduction and Status Update

    – Felix Liebrich, Senior Engineer, Project Engineering, DNV GL Australia

    10:45-11:10 Battery testing pathway framework

    – Dr Anand Bhatt, Research Team Leader, Advanced Energy Storage

    Technologies, CSIRO Energy

    11:10-11:25 Q&A

    11.25-11.30 Concluding remarks – Smart Energy Council

  • Australian Battery Performance Standard Project Webinar 2 - Thu 20 June 2019

    This project is funded by ARENA’s Advancing Renewables Program and the Victorian Government’s New Energy Jobs Fund.

    Felix Liebrich Senior Engineer, Project Engineering

    DNV GL Australia

  • 20 June 2019DNV GL © SAFER, SMARTER, GREENER

    20 June 2019 Felix Liebrich (DNV GL)

    ENERGY

    Australian battery performance standard project Proposed performance standard for a battery storage system connected to a domestic/small commercial solar PV system

    ABPS Webinar #02

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    ABPS Project overview: Objectives

    § To produce a draft Performance Standard, for Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) connected to domestic/small commercial PV systems (max. 100kW / 200kWh).

    § The Draft Standard will define a series of performance testing protocols & performance metric reporting methods for manufacturers and system integrators.

    § This is to ensure that end users are better informed regarding the expected performance of a BESS for specific use-cases, in order to compare systems on a like-for-like basis.

    § Following its completion, the Draft Standard will be submitted to Standards Australia, to begin the process of making it a formal Australian Standard.

    § In the interim, it will be released as a recommended practice for early adoption by industry

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    ABPS Project overview: Project partners

    The Project Consortium is made up of the following partners:

    § CSIRO

    § Deakin University

    § Smart Energy Council

    § DNV GL (Project lead)

    This Project received funding from ARENA as part of ARENA’s Advancing Renewables Program and the Victorian Government through the New Energy Jobs Fund.

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    ABPS Project overview: Intended users of the Standard

    1. Primary – Manufacturers/system integrators of batteries and battery energy storage

    systems. To provide recommended practices for the testing of battery energy storage

    system components and the associated reporting requirements (documentation) to be

    provided to End-users.

    2. Secondary – End-users: to enable End-users to make informed choices regarding the

    performance of different BESS available in the market, with respect to the intended

    application. Also, to provide confidence that performance metrics reported are relevant

    and are comparable between different manufacturer’s systems.

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    ABPS Project overview: Scope

    Stage 1: (First 6 months)

    § A comprehensive gap analysis of existing local & international energy storage performance standards

    § High level draft framework for the proposed standard

    § Review of ITP renewables results data to help inform stage 2 activities.

    Stage 2:

    § Development of performance metrics & test protocols

    § Battery performance testing to prove draft standard methods are appropriate, refining as required

    § Development and verification of a generic battery capacity estimation methodology

    § Development of recommended criteria to select a battery management system (BMS)

    § Development of a process to identify performance related hazards

    § Recommend minimum set of information for material safety data sheet (MSDS)

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    Kicked-off:

    21 June 2018

    (2 year approx. time

    frame)

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    ABPS current project status: Milestones & dates

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    Milestone Description Due Status

    1 Project establishment 31/7/2018 Completed

    1.A Battery procurement 28/10/2018 Completed

    2 Stage 1 completion 30/11/2018 Completed

    3 Initial progress on stage 2 activities 30/06/2019 In progress

    4 Substantial progress on stage 2 activities 30/11/2019 Yet to be completed

    5 Project completion 31/05/2020 Yet to be completed

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    ABPS current project status: Deliverables

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    Key deliverable Status Responsible party

    Test batteries selected & procured Completed CSIRO

    Standards gap analysis Completed DNV GL

    High level proposed standard Completed DNV GL

    ITP data analysis Completed Deakin

    Battery calibration Completed CSIRO

    Literature review of battery capacity estimation methodologies

    Completed Deakin

  • 20 June 2019DNV GL ©

    ABPS current project status: Deliverables

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    Key deliverable Status Responsible party

    Verification of battery capacity estimation methodology using ITP data

    Completed Deakin

    Verification of battery capacity estimation methodology utilising CSIRO data

    Not completed yet Deakin

    Battery testing In progress CSIRO

    First and second battery test reports In progress CSIRO

    Battery performance metrics and load report In progress CSIRO

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    ABPS Milestone 2: Standards review – the high level approach

    Objectives § Comprehensive gap analysis on existing local & international energy storage performance

    standards

    § Understand and communicate the current framework and coverage

    § Avoid reproduction of work already completed

    § Identify areas where efforts are needed and should be focused to maximise value

    The approach § 285 standards, codes, best practices collated

    § 124 standards, codes, best practices short listed

    § Standard review template sheet developed

    § Content reviewed by teams in EU, USA & AUS against the standard review template

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    ABPS Milestone 3: Development & testing of performance standards

    Objectives § Main objective of this milestone is to develop the performance metrics and environmental testing

    profiles

    § Validate & optimise them by testing them with the procured batteries

    Status § Initial performance metrics have been defined

    § Environmental testing profiles have been developed § Testing will begin this month

    -> The battery testing pathways will be detailed by CSIRO shortly

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  • 20 June 2019DNV GL ©

    ABPS: Project websites

    § Websites for the Australian Battery Standard project: –DNV GL: https://www.dnvgl.com/cases/australian-battery-performance-testing-

    standard-project-abps-project--143069

    – CSIRO: https://research.csiro.au/abps/

    § Reports will be available on these websites soon

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  • 20 June 2019DNV GL ©

    SAFER, SMARTER, GREENER

    www.dnvgl.com

    Thank you

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    Felix Liebrich, Senior Engineer, Project Engineering [email protected] Tel: +61 3 9600 1993

  • Australian Battery Performance Standard Project Webinar 2 - Thu 20 June 2019

    This project is funded by ARENA’s Advancing Renewables Program and the Victorian Government’s New Energy Jobs Fund.

    Dr Anand Bhatt Research Team Leader,

    Advanced Energy Storage Technologies, CSIRO Energy

  • Battery Testing Pathway Framework

    CSIRO ENERGY

    Webinar 2 Anand I Bhatt, Christopher Munnings and Anthony Hollenkamp| Research Team Leader and Senior Scientists

    23 November 2018

  • Solar Generation in Australia

    • Australia has high levels of solar irradiance

    • Solar generation is a favoured renewables generation mode

    • Market has been moving from off-grid/remote systems toward grid connected due to rising electricity costs

    • The Solar industry is looking at battery energy storage to increase sales

  • • Numerous methods in literature to evaluate batteries for PV connection

    How to evaluate batteries for performance

    Method Solar profile Battery parameters DoD Estimated or predicted lifetime HOMER Smoothed solar bell curve (no intermittency) 2V, 3000Ah, 86% round trip efficiency,

    70% max DoD Setpoint of 80% SoC (20% DoD) Approx. 8000 cycles

    C/5 and C/10 discharges Solar generator for a bell curve with intermittency

    54Ah flooded and 50