E²SHI Associate Dennice Gayme Discusses Energy Storage and the Power Grid

Could batteries and other energy storage help to ease the woes associated with our power grid? E²SHI Associate Dennice Gayme of the Whiting School of Engineering gives the lowdown on how energy storage could help improve the efficiency and reliability of the power grid in the JHU Engineering magazine article, "Powering the Grid," posted in summer 2015.

Dr. Gayme is an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering with a joint appointment in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Her research focuses on large-scale networked and interconnected systems with an emphasis on renewable and efficient energy systems, such as wind farms. She is working on creating algorithms and tools to help integrate renewable power sources into electric power grids.

See Dr. Gayme's research profile in our website

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