The question of energy efficiency is perhaps one of the most important issues facing the human race as a whole. The reasons for this are numerous. Not only is energy efficiency a sound economic platform, it is also a vital part of an overall approach to the way in which mankind relates to the environment around them.
Idrosistem energy srl offers many solutions on the field of energy production, such as:
Micro Hydraulic Turbines:
Idrosistem’s microturbines transforms the energy of small streams into precious electricity in a clean way and in full respect for the environment. These plants are an ideal solution for those places where electrical energy is not available from the national grid. They solve the problem of energy supply in many situations, for example non isolated houses, mountain refuges and pastures, missions and small villages. They also ensure the operation of electric and electronic equipment for remote signaling, remote control and water purification. Specific micro-hydroelectric power plants can operate in parallel with the grid in order to resell the energy.
Micro Steam Turbines:
Micro Steam Turbines S2E are the most e?cient way to convert the kinetic energy of the steam into electric energy. In the industrial sector there are many ways in which energy dissipates. The recovery of this energy can be a way to save money and to help to reduce the concentration of pollutants in the environment.
In first place, in solar plants with concentration of the production of heat above the 250 °C the contemporary production of energy is a must. It has an e?ciency of 90% and if it is necessary it is possible to condense steam at a low pressure using a heat exchanger for heating or industrial processes. Also, many industries produce high pressure steam that should be decreased according to the needs through special valves. With this system a lot of energy is waste. With S2E is can be recovered and transformed into electric energy with a 50% e?ciency. Another important application is on three generative systems that combines S2E with a biomass boiler and the low pressure steam coming from a turbine with a chiller so to produce cooling water, liquid ammonia and salt up to -20°C.
Cogeneration modular plant:
A cogeneration plant is a small thermal and electrical central close to the customer’s inlets. It consumes gas, diesel oil or other fuel and it produces power and heat which can be used as hot water and steam. The combined production of electric and thermal power in the same place of use, allows a global e?ciency of 80-90% which could never be reached by plants producing only electricity (electric power stations) or only thermal energy (boilers). The cogeneration stations ensure energy savings and can be compared to renewable sources.
Simply stated, a wind turbine works the opposite of a fan. Instead of using electricity to make wind, like a fan, wind turbines use wind to make electricity. The wind turns the blades, which spin a shaft, which connects to a generator and makes electricity. Modern wind turbines fall into two basic groups: the horizontal-axis variety, and the vertical-axis design, like the eggbeater-style Darrieus model, named after its French inventor. Horizontal-axis wind turbines typically either have two or three blades. These three-bladed wind turbines are operated "upwind," with the blades facing into the wind.