renewable energy Equipment in Vatican City

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Wind Turbine Towers

by Mabey Bridge Ltd

Mabey Bridge entered the renewable energy market in 2010 with a £38m investment into a state of the art manufacturing facility dedicated to the fabrication of wind turbine towers, monopiles and other tubular steelwork for the UK’s wind energy industry. The production of wind turbine towers from the new custom designed facility combines ...

Renewable energy

by Stichting Platform Bio-Energie

Bioenergy can always be considered as a form of renewable energy. Bioenergy, like solar energy, wind energy and hydro energy, originates from a renewable inexhaustible source. During their growth, plants and trees take CO2 from the air and with the conversion of biomass into electricity and heath, this CO2 is set free. By the utilization of ...

Earth

by HAFNER Srl

The geothermic warmth or earth warmth, is the warmth stored in the upper (accessible) part the earth crust. It can be both directly used, in order to heat and cool, and also used to produce electric current. The earth warmth, in the form of electricity, works to drive the turbine and generators being used, or provides to heat the connected centers ...

Water

by HAFNER Srl

Utilization of hydro-electric power means transforming the mechanical energy of the water into electric energy. The water is led through a water turbine by which means the wheels of the turbine are transferred in motion. This occurs directly or over a transmission that drives a generator. Smaller systems also use the water wheel to be regulated ...

Solar System - Grid Connected Solar Energy Plant

by EAI GmbH

Custumer service: energy supply into the public network, efficiency. Engineering and construction, Installation and commissioning, Service.

SeaWater Air Conditioning

by Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.

Seawater Air Conditioning (SWAC) takes advantage of available deep cold water from the ocean, a river, or lake, to replace conventional AC systems. SWAC feasibility studies for a variety of sites indicate that electrical consumption is typically reduced by 80 to 90 percent. Simple payback can be from three to seven years, and long term costs can ...

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC)

by Makai Ocean Engineering, Inc.

Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a process that can produce electricity by using the temperature difference between deep cold ocean water and warm tropical surface waters. OTEC plants pump large quantities of deep cold seawater and surface seawater to run a power cycle and produce electricity. OTEC is firm power (24/7), a clean energy ...

Agrinz - Waste Digesting / Co-Fermenting Biogas Plants

by Agrinz Technologies GmbH

These plants are designed for energetic utilization of renewable raw materials and wastes, e.g. Organic fertilizers: pig and cattle manure, chicken and sheep dung.

Biomass Plant

by TAIM WESER

The gasification technology that has been developed by TAIM WESER is based on a Down-Draft gasification vessel with a descending parallel flow, which is characterised by the low tar content in the gas product.

Fire

by HAFNER Srl

Biomass refers to the entirety of the mass of organic material in a defined ecosystem that became bio-chemically synthesized. Therefore it contains the mass of all living beings, including the died out organisms and the organic metabolism products. About 60% of the biomass of the earth is represented through microorganisms. Biologists and ...

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