Cost-effectiveness model development for energy storage devices in rapid transit systems

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Statementprepared by Rail Systems Center, Carnegie-Mellon University, David I.L. Sunstein and Richard A. Uher ; prepared for U.S. Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration.
ContributionsSunstein, David I. L., Uher, Richard A., Carnegie-Mellon University. Rail Systems Center., United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration.
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demand side energy storage cost-effectiveness. Time horizon of financial evaluation is 15 years. Storage operation is simulated on a hourly basis, over 24 hour periods for the time-horizon of financial evaluation. Storage is operated to co-minimize energy and demand charges as.

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