Energy consumption: did you know that … Originally published on Facts Random Only 10% of energy in a light bulb is used to create light. Ninety percent of a light bulb’s energy creates heat. Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), on the other hand, use about 80% less electricity than conventional bulbs and last up to […]
How to move from a fossil-fueled plant to a renewable energy one? A few months ago, The Conversation published an interesting article by Daniel Cohan, raising the question on whether or not a solar plant that uses natural gas is still green. Ivanpah, the largest solar concentrating plant in the world, began operations in […]
Renewables power capacity: energy regulators urge to identify ways to innovate the grid connection. It’s no news that the world is taking the leap into renewables. COP21 at the end of last year made clear that we need to work on the inclusion of renewable resources and clean energy production. One of the biggest challenges is in […]
Did you know that an industrial plant could generate electric power using its own assets? Improve industrial energy efficiency is one of the key factors to decrease the footprint that any manufacturing plant has on the environment. If you are interested, contact us.
Did you hear about industrial renewable energy and you wonder what it is? 50% of all industrial energy is wasted representing millions of megawatts globally and a major untapped source of energy. Energy intensive industries (such as steel, aluminum, glass and cement) consume a majority of all industrial energy and over 50% of this energy […]
What if was possible to reduce a plant’s emission, decrease the quantity of fossil fuels utilized and increase the efficiency of an industrial process, all at the same time? Emission reduction and energy need. The climate around the use of renewable resources is getting hot. Last December in Paris, the COP21, the most important event […]