Both challenges and opportunities related to sustainable energy supply and energy storage coexist. Let’s take a look at some of the latest research on household energy storage to understand what is happening in this field and what may happen in the field of clean consumer technology in the near future.
With the decrease in installation costs and the increase in electricity prices, household renewable energy generated through the use of solar panels has become more and more common.
The feasibility and limitations of various renewable energy, energy storage, grid-connected and off-grid systems are mature research topics in academia and technology.
Capital cost and comfort are the main content of household energy storage decisions
Recognizing that smart home energy management systems are essential for consumers to intelligently and conveniently manage energy storage systems (ESS) and the use of household appliances, renewable energy (RES) power generation and electric vehicles (EV), Huan Hou and colleagues suggest a The overall model can concentrate user preferences when arranging physical devices of different natures. They also described the advantages of dedicated charging and discharging strategies for ESSs and EVs, while considering capital costs to provide better flexibility and economic advantages, and extend battery life. They concluded that based on mixed integer linear programming, it can adapt to the energy needs of smart homes to ensure the lowest cost and user comfort.