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  • Energy Services

    We undertake energy audit and study of use of energy and prepare a report on same for any and all types of industries and service providers. We suggest ways to make efficient use of energy to conserve energy under existing conditions and also suggest changes to be made to improve energy efficiency resulting in overall energy costs. We also suggest ...

    By Hiro Energy-Tech Limited based in Mumbai, INDIA.

  • Solar Thermal Services

    Unlike the conversion of solar radiation into electricity as is done by photovoltaic panels, solar thermal uses radiation from the sun to increase the heat of a liquid or gas (pure water, mixture with water or air). By adding water or air to the system, the overall efficiency of converting the solar radiation to energy is increased; however there ...

    By Internat Energy Solutions (IES) based in Pau Cedex 9, FRANCE.

  • Renewable Resources Services

    Heat pumps of low electricity consumption, combined with solar irradiation or ambient air as heat source, are becoming a very challenging solution nowadays. On the other hand fossil fuels burnt to produce e.g. steam that is utilized for lower temperature final needs, are not a viable choice any more. A smart management system utilizing lower ...

    By Energineering Solutions based in Marathon, GREECE.

  • Solar Energy Services

    The amount of solar radiation striking the earth over a 3 day period is equivalent to all the energy stored in all fossil fuels. To increase the harnessing of this versatile energy source ETP works with partner SISER – Scottish Institute for Solar Energy Research to develop technologies for the more diffuse light levels typical in northern ...

    By Energy Technology Partnership (ETP) based in Glasgow, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Solar Power Services

    What does hydrogeology have to do with solar power? Quite a lot. For instance, according to the U.S. DOE, U.S., a coal fired plant uses 110 to 300 gallons per megawatt hour; a nuclear plant uses between 500 and 1100 gallons/MWh; and a solar parabolic trough plant uses 760 -920 gallons/MWh. Clearly there are strong environmental benefits to solar ...

    By AQUI-VER, INC. based in Park City, UTAH (USA).

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