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IEC recommends the electric power sector, the gas sector and research laboratories to pursue collaborative research and development in these areas. Recommendation 5.6.4 – Development of versatile storage management systems The IEC recommends industry to develop storage management systems which will allow use of a single storage system for not just one but many of the applications described in the IEC study. Controllers and management systems are required which function independently of the types of the batteries being controlled 11 . Also, the control technology should function even when the applications belong to different actors (grid operator, end-use supplier, consumer). Recommendation 5.6.5 – Development of local storage for grid use The IEC recommends industry and utilities to develop the technology to use storage rationally and efficiently for both local purposes and grid purposes 12 , allowing many dispersed storage installations to be used as a single, large facility. Recommendation 5.6.6 – Development of vehicle-to-grid and vehicle-to-home Since electric vehicle batteries are a potential source of storage for grid regulation and electricity use outside the vehicle, the IEC recommends research and development of vehicle-to-grid and vehicle-to-home technologies. Recommendation 5.6.7 – Architecture A precondition to many of the standards recommended in the IEC study is a robust architecture and management/control scheme for storage, which today is not available. The IEC recommends laboratories and industry to collaborate with the IEC to develop rapidly an architecture and management scheme, to serve as the basis for standards. 5.7 Recommendations addressed to the IEC and its committees Recommendation 5.7.1 – Cooperation needed for hydrogen and SNG standards The MSB recommends the IEC to work out future standardization solutions in the domain of hydrogen and synthetic natural gas (SNG) storage in close collaboration with ISO and with industries, such as hydrogen, natural gas and petroleum, with which it has historically had few contacts. Recommendation 5.7.2 – Architecture and structure of EES systems The IEC study shows that a thorough, shared comprehension of the roles and functions of storage in all grid-related circumstances is currently not available. The MSB therefore recommends the IEC to develop an EES architecture and a fundamental standard on the structure of EES systems, upon which all the other standards needed may be based. Recommendation 5.7.3 – Users’ guide on planning and installing storage One of the determining factors in successful rollout of storage solutions will be the players’ 11 See also Rec. 5.7.4 which mentions standardization of control for batteries with different technologies.
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