Our future clearly depends on our ability to utilize solar and other renewable sources of energy. The solar energy represents a clean, green source of energy and is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint.
Depending on the application and size, we design and build the solar power generating plants according to the customer requirements and satisfaction.
Solar Power Plants
The Solar Energy can be used directly for heating and lighting homes and businesses, for generating electricity, and for hot water heating, solar cooling, and a variety of other commercial and industrial uses.
Regardless of the specifics of a given installation, there are two main types of solar energy technologies;
- Photovoltaic (PV)
- Concentrating solar power (CSP).
In the PV technology, when the sun shines onto one of those solar panels, photons from the sunlight are absorbed by the cells in the panel, which creates an electric field across the layers and causes electricity to flow. PV installations may be ground-mounted, rooftop mounted or wall mounted. They may be mounted in a permanent orientation to maximize production and value or they may be mounted on trackers that follow the sun across the sky.
The second technology is concentrating solar power (also called concentrated solar thermal and CSP). It is used primarily in very large power plants and is not appropriate for residential use. This technology uses mirrors to reflect and concentrate sunlight onto receivers that collect solar energy and convert it to heat. The heat is used to drive a heat engine, usually a steam turbine that is connected to an electrical power generator which is then used to produce electricity.
Many people in need of energy are located far from gas fields, making pipelines too impractical or costly to build. To get around this problem, gas can be cooled to make a liquid, shrinking its volume for easier, safer storage and shipping overseas.
Liquefied Natural Gas
LNG is rapidly playing a bigger role in the energy mix. LNG trade increased from 100 million tonnes in 2000 to nearly 300 million tonnes in 2017.
We are involved in most of the stages of the LNG journey: finding the fields and extracting gas, liquefying gas and shipping it, then turning the LNG back into gas and distributing it to customers.
Unlike tidal energy which uses the ebb and flow of the tides, wave energy uses the vertical movement of the surface water that produce tidal waves and by capturing this, it is converted to mechanical energy and used to drive an electricity generator.
Sea Wave Energy
Wave power converts the periodic up-and-down movement of the oceans waves into electricity by placing equipment on the surface of the oceans that captures the energy produced by the wave movement and converts this mechanical energy into electrical power.
Different types of devises are used for wave energy like Surface Attenuator (Pelamis), Oscillating Water Column (limpet), Point Absorber Buoy, Overtopping Device, Oscillating Wave Surge Converter etc.
We help to provide the solution for selecting the specific wave energy devices and are built on the shoreline/offshore, making the engineering and construction of these schemes much easier and optimizing/eliminating the need for long underwater cables runs.