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Solar energy is the cleanest and most abundant renewable energy source available.
Solar power is energy from the sun that is converted into thermal or electrical energy. There are several ways to harness solar energy: photovoltaic, solar heating & cooling, concentrating solar power and passive solar.
The first three are active solar systems, which use mechanical or electrical devices that convert the sun’s heat or light to another form of usable energy. Passive solar buildings are designed and oriented to collect, store, and distribute the heat energy from sunlight to maintain the comfort of the occupants without the use of moving parts or electronics.
Gasification is a thermo-chemical process in which carbonaceous (carbon-rich) feedstocks such as coal, petro-coke or biomass are converted into a gas consisting of hydrogen and carbon monoxide (and lesser amounts of carbon dioxide and other trace gases) under oxygen depleted, high pressure, high-heat and/or steam conditions. The resulting gaseous compound is called Syngas. Carried out under proper conditions, gasification is an efficient energy extracting process that can return double benefits as a waste stream disposal system.
Gasification has been around for decades. Scottish engineer William Murdoch gets credit for developing the basic process. In the late 1790s, using coal as a feedstock, he produced syngas in sufficient quantity to light his home
Wind Energy is a type of renewable energy, and there are three major types of wind power.
The major types of wind power are:
Utility-scale wind, wind turbines larger than 100 kilowatts are developed with electricity delivered to the power grid and distributed to the end user by electric utilities or power system operators;
Distributed or “small” wind, which uses turbines of 100 kilowatts or smaller to directly power a home, farm or small business as it primary use;
Offshore wind, which are wind turbines erected in bodies of water around the world, but not yet in the United States.
Our energy solutions are comprehensive, effective and economical. We care about the environment, we care about the future generations and we are determined to make a difference.
Our work has resulted in reducing pollution, providing a green energy source and delivering basic services to remote locations where water was a luxury utilizing the latest reverse osmosis technology
Our promise is to make a difference, protect our eco system for a brighter future; our mission is to make it happen
Our foundation is built on our values, which set us apart and guide our actions. We conduct our business in a socially responsible and ethical manner.
We engage in ethical sourcing. We value the human rights and protect the environment and benefit the communities where we work.
As an environmentally conscious Organization, we have partnered with the world’s top manufactures in Wind, Solar, and gasification to offer a complete solution to significantly decrease or eliminate pollution.
Renewable energy is sustainable as it is obtained from sources that are inexhaustible (unlike fossil fuels). Renewable energy sources include wind, solar, biomass, geothermal and hydro, all of which occur naturally on our planet.
Renewable energy comes from natural sources that are constantly and sustainably replenished. These green energy solutions will make our families healthier, more secure, and more prosperous by improving air quality, reducing our reliance on fossil fuels, curbing global warming, adding good jobs to the economy and — when they’re properly sited — protecting environmental values such as habitat and water quality. Working together, policymakers, communities, businesses, investors, utilities, and farmers can help build a sustainable future for our planet.
What is Reverse Osmosis
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process in which water is forced through a semi-permeable membrane that removes 90-99% of tap water impurities. The result is water that is free of minerals and other contaminants. Reverse Osmosis, a water treatment method traditionally known for removing salt from seawater, is also used to purify drinking water by forcing untreated water molecules through a semi-permeable membrane or filter. The membrane blocks contaminants and the impurities are subsequently expelled from the environment. The result is pure, clean drinking water.
Tap water often contains impurities that can cause health. These include phosphate, nitrate, chlorine, and various heavy metals.
Unfortunately, Chlorine, and other common chemical disinfectants, may have a damaging impact on our bodies’ beneficial bacteria as well.
When chlorine is used as a water treatment, it combines with organic matter to form compounds called trihalomethanes (THMs), also known as disinfectant byproducts. One of the most common THMs formed is chloroform, which is a known carcinogen. (2) Other THMs formed include the di- and trichloramines formed when chloramine is used as a disinfecting agent. (3) These compounds are toxic when consumed, inhaled, or applied to the skin.
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