Analysis and features work modes specifics charger lead-acid and nickel-iron batteries

Keywords: battery, electromobile, photovoltaic plant, wind power plant, charge mode


This work is devoted to the analysis of lead-acid and nickel-iron electrochemical batteries used in electric transport vehicles of different functions. It is noted that these classical methods of charging the traction power supply based on use at a charge of electricity from the central grid. Given the specifics of electric vehicles, on the one hand, and the need to increase the share of renewable energy in generating electricity from another question in the search and development of new technical solutions
for stand-alone charging stations based on photovoltaic, wind power plants or complex. Battery systems with the stochastic output power not affect the central grid and will increase the output of clean energy to charge electric transport vehicles.

Author Biography

V. Budko, National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sykorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute"


Doctoral student of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Automation the National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kiev Polytechnic Institute" (Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute), associate professor of the Renewable Energy Sources Department of the Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Senior Researcher of Wind Energy Department of the Institute of Renewable Energy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Education: National Technical University of Ukraine "Kiev Polytechnic Institute", engineer-technologist in the speciality "Technical Electrochemistry".

Research area: Systems of accumulation and storage of energy based on electrochemical battery; Integrated energy supply systems based on renewable energy sources; Increasing the efficiency of autonomous power supply units on the basis of renewable energy sources.


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Budko, V. (2017). Analysis and features work modes specifics charger lead-acid and nickel-iron batteries. Renewable and Hydrogen Energy , (1 (48), 17-24. Retrieved from
Complex Problems of Power Systems Based on Renewable Energy Sources