Analysis of inventive problem-solving capacities for renewable energy storage investments
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CitationMeng, Y., Zhou, R., Dinçer, H., Yüksel, S. ve Wang, C. (2021). Analysis of inventive problem-solving capacities for renewable energy storage investments. Energy Reports, 7, 4779-4791. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.egyr.2021.06.086
The energy storage process becomes very important due to the imbalances in energy supply and demand. Therefore some factors need to be considered to increase the efficiency of the energy storage system, such as cost–benefit analysis and technological improvements. This study aims to examine the inventive problem-solving capacities for renewable energy storage investments. A new model is suggested for this objective by considering fuzzy decision-making methodology. It is concluded that prior action and dynamicity are the most essential capacities of renewable energy storage investments. Additionally, dynamicity plays the most critical role when all factors are considered in renewable energy investment projects in a collaborative manner. Hence, it is recommended that the companies should mainly consider the initial developments of the storage facilities. Moreover, location selection for effective energy storage should also be considered to increase the performance of these investments.