Energy Monitoring Articles

  • Maintain Comfort While Minimizing Energy Cost with Data Loggers

    Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are a necessity in keeping commercial and residential environments safe, comfortable, and efficient. If HVAC systems are improperly functioning, maintaining comfort while minimizing energy costs can be difficult. New energy efficiency standards have also prompted commercial and residential facilities to monitor and update outdated ...


    By MadgeTech, Inc.

  • Belisce I Project

    Belisce I Project is an Integrated Biomass Gasification Power Plant (“IBGPP”), located in Belisce, Croatia. The project is designed to produce clean electricity from forest waste utilising EQTEC Gasifier Technology and GE Jenbacher Engines, with an electrical output capacity of 1.2 MWe and a thermal output of 1.6 MW. The power plant is based on one GE Jenbacher 612 engine and one ...


    By Eqtec PLC

  • Syngas Italy Project

    Syngas Italy is an Integrated Biomass Gasification Power Plant (“IBGPP”), located in the Italian region of Tuscany. The project is designed to produce clean electricity from biomass utilising EQTEC Gasification Technology and Jenbacher engine, with an electrical output capacity of 1.0 MWe. The gasification plant consists of a bubbling fluidised bed reactor which improves the mixture ...


    By Eqtec PLC

  • Movialsa biomass gasification plant project

    The Movialsa biomass gasification plant, which opened in 2011, is located just under two hours south of Madrid in the Ciudad Real province of Spain. Based on EQTEC Gasifier Technology (“EGT”), the installation has a high electrical and thermal efficiency, superior to alternative technologies such as biomass combustion. In the process, the feedstock passes into one of the four ...


    By Eqtec PLC

  • Karlovo & Heat Biomass EOOD Project

    Karlovo & Heat Biomass EOOD is an Integrated Biomass Gasification Power Plant (“IBGPP”), located in Stroevo, Bulgaria. The project is designed to produce clean electricity from biomass utilising EQTEC Gasifier Technology and GE Jenbacher engines, with an electrical output capacity of 3.0 MWe. The power plant is based on two GE Jenbacher 620 engines and one gasification plant. Wood ...


    By Eqtec PLC

  • Shaw Industries - 14-MW Natural Gas CHP System - Case Study

    Quick Facts LOCATION: Columbia, South Carolina MARKET SECTOR: Carpet fiber production GENERATING CAPACITY: 14.1 MW EQUIPMENT: Solar Turbines Titan 130 FUEL: Natural Gas USE OF THERMAL ENERGY: Process steam, hot water, cooling USE OF ELECTRIC ENERGY: On-site ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS: Reduction of Greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 26,000 metric ...

  • Project Waste housekeeping and dissemination - Case Study

    Capacity building for the support of fulfilling the waste management plan of municipalities and regions with the participation of public in the Regions of Plzeň and South-Bohemia. The aims of the projects are the education and cooperation in household waste. The project is exceptional by connecting the experts from non-governmental environmental and business field with regional ...

  • GridShare rollout for ITOCHU Smart Star batteries - Case study

    ITOCHU, a leading Japanese trading house with business interests and holdings worldwide, partnered with Moixa in order to deploy their own SmartStar Energy Storage System hardware to customers in tandem with Moixa’s GridShare Client service. SmartStar is an advanced 10kWh storage system that also provides whole-home backup services in case of power cuts or disaster scenarios – ...


    By Moixa Energy Holdings Ltd.

  • Smart Energy Islands, global test-bed for batteries - Case study

    A £10.8 million project on the Isles of Scilly will provide a model for electric vehicles and home batteries to play a major role in low-carbon smart energy systems around the world. Moixa will develop platforms allowing electric vehicles and smart home batteries to be used to help balance supply and demand within the islands’ energy system, although the project will not fund the ...


    By Moixa Energy Holdings Ltd.

  • Traceability, accountability, and diversification come to the fore as the energy sector enters into a new decade

    The world has never been more aware of the importance of conserving resources and reducing carbon emissions. Nowhere is this growing consciousness more keenly felt than in the energy sector. ...


    By IFS

  • Trax Apparel DHYBRID Energy Solution for Garment Factory in Cambodia Case Study

    Our customer, one of the leading textiles producers of sportswear with operations in 4 countries in Southeast Asia, is setting an example for lower energy costs and more sustainability in the textile ...


    By Dhybrid Power Systems GmbH

  • RFS: There are no lost gallons to reallocate

    In the final days before EPA issues the 2020 volumes for the federal biofuel mandate and makes a ruling on the supplemental proposal offered in October, it’s critical to acknowledge that all available data shows there are no “lost gallons” of ethanol that need to be reallocated as part of these announcements. If anything, the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) mandates should be ...

  • A Review of the Historical and TMY data now on offer through the API Toolkit

    In this post, Solcast dives into its historical and TMY data offering. This includes a brief review of methods plus the basics on historical time-series data, typical meteorological year data and monthly averages data.TMY and time series data for the solar powered future Building off ...


    By Solcast

  • The Repair versus Replace Debate: How to Transition to a Just-in-Time Replacement Strategy

    At the end of the year, most of us are doing a lot of looking back and planning ahead. One thing every multisite operator should do is look back on equipment performance and plan ahead for equipment repairs and replacement. One move we see many of our customers making – and now is a great time to do it – is to just-in-time replacement of equipment rather than the traditional ...


    By Powerhouse Dynamics

  • Comprehensive energy construction

    Energy construction in rural areas is an important measure for protecting and improving the rural ecological environment. In 1991 comprehensive energy construction in rural areas was started in 100 counties. In 1995 fuel-saving stoves, methane, solar, wind and geothermal energy sources and small hydropower stations began to develop and were popularized in rural areas throughout the country. ...


    By BIOSANI

  • Do Air Source Heat Pumps Work in the UK?

    The simple answer to this question is probably, yes, air source heat pumps do work in the UK. It might be more accurate, however, to say that air source heat pumps can work in the UK. It turns out that not all heat pump installations are equal. Air source heat pumps absorb heat from air outside and deliver heat inside the building via underfloor heating, radiators, convectors ...


    By Green Business Watch

  • The Chorus Grows: Hardship Waivers Do Not Justify an RFS Increase

    From top officials at the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Protection Agency to the pages of Forbes and official hearings in the Heartland, Americans are weighing in to dispel the myth of corn ethanol demand destruction and on the EPA’s proposal to increase the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), which is currently under consideration.  Official data from the U.S. Energy ...

  • The effect of surface impurities on photovoltaic panels

    Abstract. This paper deals with the surface impurities that occur onto operating solar cells, a widespread problem. The depositions on the photovoltaic cells, represented by dust and dirt which appear inevitably, lead to deterioration over time or to the decrease of efficiency of the panels that contain the affected cells, and as a result there are losses that appear in the system. Some ...


    By Washpanel srl

  • Strong Domestic Consumption Contradicts Ethanol “Demand Destruction” Claims

    The latest U.S. Energy Information Administration data again shows ethanol blending and consumption in the U.S. remain steady and strong compared to previous years. This disproves claims that U.S. ethanol demand has been decimated by hardship waivers exempting small refineries facing that are facing hardship from their Renewable Fuel Standard blending obligations. As a percentage of motor ...

  • Reliable Backup Power Recovers Significant Income from Lost Bank ATM Transactions

    In many locations a stable power grid is taken for granted. But there are still many places around the globe where power outages can cause significant interruptions to business operations, disruptions that can have serious financial implications. In these places, reliable backup power can be extremely valuable. ...


    By GenCell Ltd

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