TMS

TMS - Thermo-Mechanical Electricity Storage System

       
  The scope of the project is the development, construction, experimental investigation, modeling and further development of an innovative prototype thermo-mechanical electricity storage system (CARNOT-Battery) for sector coupling of electricity and heat. The project contributes to the creation of scientific and technical prerequisites for the timely provision of an applicable and environmentally friendly electricity storage system for the sector coupling of electricity and heat. The thermo-mechanical electricity storage system works with water as working and storage medium, which is CO2-neutral, available, non-toxic and economical. The system is characterized by high charging and discharging capacity, high flexibility (fast response times), simple design without complex heat exchangers, very high cycle stability, long lifetime up to 40 years, high overall efficiency and high energy storage density. In terms of security of supply, such an electricity storage system represents a significant system component in the short-, medium- and long-term energy infrastructure and thus contributes to strengthening Germany as an industrial location.  
  project runtime: 01.04.2020 - 31.03.2023  
  cooperation partner: Spilling Technologies GmbH  
  funding authority: BMWK  

     

Contact Person

Dipl.-Ing.
Thomas Schäfer
Institute for Process Technology, Process Automation and Measurement Technology
Measurement Technology / Process Automation
Location 02763 Zittau
Theodor-Körner-Allee 8
Building Z IVc, Room C1.14
+49 3583 612-4786

Further Information

       
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  Full steam ahead for the energy transition  
  Welcome to Zittau! - The delivery and installation of the combi-machine for the TMS battery was successful.  
  How does the TMS battery work?  
  More steam for the energy transition  
  HSZG Research Information System  
       
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