Roar Hestbek Nicolaisen

Roar Hestbek Nicolaisen

Research assistant at Aarhus University

Biography

Roar Hestbek Nicolaisen graduated in December 2018 with a Cand. Scient. In Chemistry from Aarhus University.

Roar has a special interest in technologies for grid scale energy storage. He has wordked with Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries, Organic solidstate coin cells and synthesis of organic compounds for use in all Organic Redox Flow Batteries.

His vision is to help provide this missing component, energy storage, that will make it economical to have a society driven entirely by renewable energy.

Latest posts

  1. Case Study of Residential PV Power and Battery Storage with the Danish Flexible Pricing Scheme — April 8, 2019
  2. Summer School about Multivalent Batteries – Fundamentals & Applications — March 22, 2019
  3. A metal-free organic–inorganic aqueous flow battery — February 28, 2019
  4. Solar Redox Flow Batteries with Organic Redox Couples in Aqueous Electrolytes: A Minireview — February 3, 2019
  5. Towards an Ultimate Battery Thermal Management System: A Review — December 20, 2018

Author's posts

Case Study of Residential PV Power and Battery Storage with the Danish Flexible Pricing Scheme

Abstract: The economic viability of renewable energy generation is vital for sustainability. Ensuring that optimal operation is always achieved, using energy management systems and control algorithms, is essential in this endeavor. Here, a new real-time pricing scheme, the Danish flexible pricing scheme, illustrates how residential PV and battery systems can optimize the electricity bill of …

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Summer School about Multivalent Batteries – Fundamentals & Applications

You have the oppurtunity to learn about exciting new battery technologies based on multivalent ions. The summerschool takes place from the 10th to the 14th of june on the west coast of Sweden. For more information see the attached Flyer.

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A metal-free organic–inorganic aqueous flow battery

Abstract: As the fraction of electricity generation from intermittent renewable sources—such as solar or wind—grows, the ability to store large amounts of electrical energy is of increasing importance. Solid-electrode batteries maintain discharge at peak power for far too short a time to fully regulate wind or solar power output1,2. In contrast, flow batteries can independently …

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Solar Redox Flow Batteries with Organic Redox Couples in Aqueous Electrolytes: A Minireview

Abstract: In recent years, research in solar energy storage with photoelectrochemical cells (i.e., solar redox flow batteries: SRFBs) has resurged. This development is emerging in parallel with the growing field of research into organic redox couples intended for aqueous redox flow batteries (RFBs) in a range of different pH environments. In a solar flow battery, the …

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Towards an Ultimate Battery Thermal Management System: A Review

Abstract: The prevailing standards and scientific literature offer a wide range of options for the construction of a battery thermal management system (BTMS). The design of an innovative yet well-functioning BTMS requires strict supervision, quality audit and continuous improvement of the whole process. It must address all the current quality and safety (Q&S) standards. In …

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Permanent link to this article: http://batteriselskab.dk/artikel/videnskabelig/dynamic-charge-discharge-phase-transitions-in-li3v2po43-cathodes-2.htm

Complementary analyses of aging in a commercial LiFePO4/graphite 26650 cell

Authors: RobertoScipioniab, Peter S. Jørgensena, Daniel I. Stroec, Reza Younesid, Søren B. Simonsena, Poul Norbya, Johan Hjelma, Søren H. Jensena a DTU Energy, Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, Technical University of Denmark, Frederiksborgvej 399, 4000, Roskilde, Denmark b Department of Material Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, 2220 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208, USA c Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Fredrik Bajers Vej 5, …

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Dynamic charge-discharge phase transitions in Li3V2(PO4)3 cathodes

Authors: Daniel Risskov Sørensen(a), Jette Katja Mathiesen(a,b), Dorthe Bomholdt Ravnsbæk(a,∗) a Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Southern Denmark, Campusvej 55, 5230, Odense M, Denmark b Department of Chemistry and Nanoscience, University of Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 5, 2100, Copenhagen Ø, Denmark   Highlights Phase transitions in Li3V2(PO4)3 probed by operando synchrotron X-ray diffraction. Two-phase behavior observed for …

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2019-03-12 Danish Battery Symposium 2019

The annual symposium in the Danish Battery Society is hosted by Aarhus University’s Department of Chemical Engineering and focus on current and future battery activities in Denmark with updates from research and industry. It will take place on Tuesday, 12th of March 2019. Please follow the link below for further information regarding programme, registration, General Assembly, …

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Chairman’s Report

General Assembly DTI CPH, March 7th, 2018   Constitution of the new board After the General Assembly in 2017 we could welcome three new board members: Erik Schaltz (Associate professor, Aalborg University), Poul Norby (Professor, DTU Energy) and Per Jørgensen Møller (Chairman, BG-04). Based on the good experience from 2016 it was agreed to continue …

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