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Sécurité des batteries accompagner le déploiement des batteries Li-ion stationnaires

Abstract : The development of the Smart Energy Networks is a key priority to facilitate the transition to a more sustainable energy supply in Europe. Li-ion battery is a very promising technology for improving the penetration of renewable energy sources in the energy mix and enabling a better management of energy in the European grid. The overall objective of the STABALID project was to facilitate the deployment of safe stationary batteries with energy content over 1 MWh. To this end, the consortium developed relevant, robust and reproducible safety testing procedures for stationary batteries that were experimentally validated and proposed to IEC committee. Numerical modelling aiming to assess the accidental consequences (fire, thermal effects and toxic threats) at large scale was also performed for a defined scenario. Regulatory and normative frameworks regarding stationary batteries were assessed and some recommendations were addressed. Acknowledgment : This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Program for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 308896.
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Amandine Lecocq, Michel Demissy, Benjamin Truchot. Sécurité des batteries accompagner le déploiement des batteries Li-ion stationnaires. Rapport Scientifique INERIS, 2016, 2015-2016, pp.8-9. ⟨ineris-01869631⟩



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