Renewable energy

For Hot Water production



Solar thermal energy
The solar panels get the solar radiation to heat a fluid (water with antifreeze) that circulate in its interior. This hot water energy is exchanged and collect in a reservoir to be used. The main applications are hot water, pool heating, heating, cooling (by combining solar energy and absorption machines) and industrial uses.


Biomass thermal energy
Biomass Energy is defined by any organic materials that can be burned and used as a source of fuel. Biomass Energy Wood being the main source of biomass such as saw-dust or any type of waste from wood is processed to make wood-pellets and used as fuel for wood pellet boilers and stoves.

Its main application is to obtain hot water and heating of buildings, districts and/or neighborhoods.


Air Source Heat Pump (ASHP)
ASHP is an ecological heating and cooling system that uses outside air as its heat source and heat sink. Under the principles of vapor compression refrigeration, an ASHP uses a refrigerant system involving a compressor and a condenser to absorb heat at one place and release it at another.
ASHP absorbs heat from outside air and releases it inside during winter, and can often do the converse in summer. When correctly specified, an ASHP can offer a full central heating solution and domestic hot water up to 80°C.
Gothermal heating energy
Ground source heat pumps rely on an energy exchange between the air within the building being heated and the ground. Below ten feet the earth's temperature is fairly constant, generally around 10 °C (50 °F). During the summer when the ambient temperature of the building exceeds that of the ground heat pumps are used to pump heat from the building in to the transfer medium and is subsequently pumped through narrow pipes into the ground so that the heat can be dissipated in the earth. When the ambient temperature falls below the ground temperature the process works in reverse. Heat pumps extract heat from the ground and use it to heat the building.


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For electricity production


Wind Power
Kinetic energy contained in the air masses in the atmosphere.

Solar photovoltaics
Solar radiation reaches the modules, producing electricity by the photovoltaic effect. This energy can be stored in batteries for later use.

Solar thermal
It uses concentrated sunlight to heat a fluid which is normally used to produce steam to generate electricity by driving a turbine.

Hidroelectric
Electrical energy is generated in the process of transforming the mechanical energy of a watercourse.

Energy from the sea
Energy that includes the energy use of seas and oceans. It may be by use of waves, tides (tidal), marine currents, ocean thermal and reverse osmosis.

Geothermal
Stored energy as heat beneath the solid surface of the earth. Geothermal energy for electricity production originates in fields of high temperature (higher than 100-150 ° C).

Biomass
It is the energy from the biodegradable fraction of products, waste and residues from biological origin from agriculture (including substances of vegetable and animal products), forestry and related industries, including fishing and aquaculture, as well as the biodegradable fraction of industrial and municipal waste and solid recovered fuels. The electricity production from biomass can be obtained in several ways:
-Biomass power stations for the exclusive production of electricity.
-Central biomass cogeneration in which electricity and heat is obtained.
-Conventional power stations, in which the biomass replaces the fossil fuel.

Biogas
It is the energy obtained from fuel gas produced from biomass and/or from the biodegradable fraction of waste.

Municipal, industrial and sewage sludge
It is the energy obtained from waste generated on private homes, shops, offices and services, those incurred in the performance of an industrial and sludge from the wastewater treatment plant.

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