Battery energy storage systems and SWOT (strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threats) analysis of batteries in power transmission

A. G. Olabi*, Tabbi Wilberforce, Enas Taha Sayed, Ahmed G. Abo-Khalil, Hussein M. Maghrabie, Khaled Elsaid, Mohammad Ali Abdelkareem

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Sustainable energy storage medium has increased significantly in recent times. Air contamination, which is widely considered to be harmful to an ecological niche, has fuelled the growth of sustainable energy sources. On the other hand, adopting sustainable energy technology can create significant issues for keeping the grid stable. With variations in the output of renewable energy sources, storage is essential for power and voltage balancing. Storage of electricity is necessary for energy management, frequency control, peak shaving, load balancing, periodic storage, and backup production in the event of a power outage. As a result, storage technologies have received increasing attention and have evolved into something more than a need in today's world. This article provides a thorough assessment of battery energy storage systems. In addition to describing the features and capabilities of each type of battery storage technology, it also discusses the benefits and drawbacks of each innovation when contrasted to other storage mediums. There are comparative charts with many features of each storage technique provided and descriptions of the various uses of energy storage methods. Furthermore, The current work discussed the batteries' strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis in power transmission.

Original languageEnglish
Article number123987
Issue numberPart A
Early online date27 Apr 2022
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sept 2022


  • Battery energy storage
  • Environmental pollution
  • Renewable energy
  • SWOT Analysis


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