Energy Storage: A Nontechnical Guide

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PennWell, 2006 - Science - 302 pages
Energy Storage: A Nontechnical Guide, by Richard Baxter, is a complete resource on the operation of energy storage technologies and how they interact in the marketplace today. Baxter explains new opportunities for these technologies, detailed descriptions of the technologies and their market applications, and business opportunities energy storage technologies can expect throughout the industry. The book explains how, and under what conditions, energy storage technologies can become a vital component of the electric power industry.

About the author (2006)

Richard Baxter has over ten years of experience developing innovative solutions to client challenges in the energy industry. He received his bachelors degree in Materials Engineering and History. In 1994, Richard Baxter received his Masters of Energy Management and Policy from the University of Pennsylvania. Since 2000, he has published 13 articles and has given over 30 public reports and presentations His past work experience includes the Advent Group/Dixon Environmental Associates, Standard and Poor_s DRI Global Energy Group, The Yankee Group, and Energy Storage Council. Baxter works specifically in the areas of industry framework and value chain analysis, business model evaluation and positioning, and competitive market assessment and strategy.

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