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A conventional electric train braking system uses dynamic braking, where the kinetic energy of the train is dissipated as waste, mainly in the form of heat The two main motivations to employ regenerative breaking are energy savings and reduced wear of mechanical brakes.
Employing regenerative braking in trains can lead to substantial CO2 emission reductions, especially when applied to full stop service commuter trains (8 – 17%) and to very dense suburban network trains (~ 30%).
One of the main problems in the railway supply stations are the voltage drops due to the changes of the load. We currently offer to conduct a system survey to offer three viable solutions either BESS, Super Capacitors or Flywheel.