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SOLAR THERMOCHEMICAL ENERGY STORAGE THROUGH CARBONATION CYCLES OF SRCO₃SRO SUPPORTED ON SRZRO₃

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Concentrated solar power (CSP) generation combined with energy storage has the intrinsic advantage of dispatchability, which is the ability to provide energy upon demand, or alternatively, store energy when there is no demand. Despite this advantage, a transformational breakthrough is needed in the area of energy storage to make CSP competitive with photovoltaics or conventional fossil power sources. Thermochemical storage essentially allows for storage of concentrated solar energy by conversion to chemical energy at greater volumetric densities than sensible or latent heat methods, reducing the physical footprint of CSP systems and the necessary capital investment. The ideal thermochemical system consists of a reversible reaction where a high-temperature, solar-driven endothermic reaction can be performed during daylight hours, allowing for heat release upon the reverse, exothermic reaction during times of high demand. The greater the temperature of this energy release, the greater the potential for high efficiency power generation. This work shows the promising potential of a

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