Our proprietary biodiesel production system technology is able to process carbonaceous waste i.e. household and industrial waste, including rubber products, plastics and plastic materials, coal and oil sludge; which in turn supports landfill site management and remediation. Such technologies also contribute to the cleaning of; water, wastewater contaminated by petroleum and petroleum products. They also produce high quality synthetic fuels. Additional byproducts include thermal energy which supports light industrial steam applications, domestic hot water, electric generation and distilled water production.
Wind power is the conversion of wind energy into a useful form of energy, such as using wind turbines to make electricity. A large wind farm may consist of several hundred individual wind turbines which are connected to the electric power transmission network. Offshore wind farms can harness more frequent and powerful winds than are available to land-based installations, they have less visual impact on the landscape but construction costs are considerably higher. Wind power, as an alternative energy source to fossil fuels, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean and produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation. As of 2011, 83 countries around the world are using wind power on a commercial basis. As of 2010 wind energy production was over 2.5% of worldwide power, growing at more than 25% per annum. The monetary cost per unit of energy produced is today similar to the cost for new coal and natural gas installations and newer more efficient wind turbines are being developed every year.
This is the most common and the most widely used form of renewable green energy sources. Hydroelectric energy has a lower cost than any other form of renewable sources and in some cases over conventional forms of energy and this gives a clear benefit to the consumer since it is free of C02 emissions.
Solar energy is among the highest recognized renewable and sustainable energy products in production today. This arena is highly competitive and rapidly improving. As such, solar will continue to be a significant part of the renewable and sustainable marketplace for the for seeable future.