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Electricity from Gas-Powered Generators

by Clarke Energy

Through on-going investment in research and development GE Jenbacher gas engines remain market leaders in the gas engine field. The engines are highly efficient at the conversion of the energy within gas into useful electrical power.


Gasplasma - Gasification and Plasma Conversion Technology

by Advanced Plasma Power (APP)

Gasification and Plasma Conversion waste to energy technology that generates clean, renewable, local energy. Gasplasma is an Advanced Conversion Technology ('ACT') that converts waste feedstock into a clean hydrogen-rich syngas and a vitrified recyclate called Plasmarok that can be used as a building material or replacement aggregate.

Mini Solar Thermal Power Plants

by Sustainable Heat & Power Europe GmbH

The concept of mini solar thermal power plants (MSTPP’s) was first elaborated by SHP Europe in 2003. Basically, it’s a small thermal expansion machine driven by steam supplied from a solar collector field. The system can be combined on a project-by-project basis with a thermal storage system or a back-up boiler, as well as various ...

Xantrex - Model TR - Inverter/chargers Power Conversion Solution

by Schneider Electric

A more sophisticated multi-stage battery charging algorithm; Charger turns off once batteries are fully charged, reducing energy bills. Battery life is prolonged because batteries are not continually held at float voltage.

Green Electricity

by Bullfrog Power Inc.

Our primary methods of electricity generation are harming the environment. Fossil fuel-based power generating facilities—that use coal, oil or gas—are a leading source of carbon dioxide, the primary greenhouse gas linked to climate change. Fossil fuel-based electricity production is also a major source of pollutants, including nitrogen ...

Electric-Thermal Energy Storage Plant (E-TES)

by NEST AS

The figure below shows the basic concept of Electric-Thermal Energy Storage (E-TES) which involves electricity being used to generate high temperature heat for storage in the TES system. This may become an attractive solution in areas with high penetration of variable renewable energy (VRE) sources such as wind energy and photovoltaics (PV). Both ...

Ecoimpresit - Solar Photovoltaic Module

by Ecoimpresit s.r.l.

The solar energy is the easiest and the most sustainable solution for the production of electricity and, in the soon future, is going to be the cheapest one. The increasing worldwide energetic need is causing economically impossible the usage of the fossil fuel. The shortage of actual hydrocarbon fields, moreover concentrated on geographically ...

Ligentoplant - Power-Heat Cogeneration for Use the Power of the Wood

by Ligento green power GmbH

The production process of the modern plants of the Ligento green power GmbH is based on power-heat cogeneration. Heat and electricity are produced from natural and renewable resources such as wood. For this purpose, Ligentoplant converts wood chips through thermochemical processes into clean, energy-rich generator gas. This gas is then burnt in an ...

Combined Heat and Power

by Hitachi Zosen Inova

The heat can be exported as warm water or as process steam at any temperature and pressure. A completely redundant plant concept ensures a safe and reliable 24/7 heat supply all over the year. The most efficient way to use heat from Energy from Waste is to export it to nearby households or industrial facilities e.g. via a district heating network. ...

Coal Seam Methane

by Clarke Energy

Coal Seam Methane (CSM) or Coal Bed Methane (CBM) is primary coal seam gas collected from unmined coal seams. These coal seams are drilled down into, releasing the associated gas which is extracted and can be used to generate electricity. CSM consists of over 90% methane and can be harvested independently of coal mining in some locations. The gas ...

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