HOW ELECTRICITYIS GENERATED THROUGH NUCLEAR POWER

June 26, 2019

Nuclear Power Nuclear energy originates from the splitting of uranium atoms – a process called fission. This generates heat to produce steam, which is used by a turbine generator to generate electricity. Because nuclear power plants do not burn fuel, they do not produce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Facility produces 30,000 tonnes biodiesel per annum meeting EU Biodiesel Quality Standard (EN 14214/2010) Second generation biodiesel manufactured from biodegradeable wastes with no food V’s Fuel concerns. High quality biodiesel supplied to Irish consumers via major indigenous oil distributors.

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US businesses are benefiting from an innovative approach to energy

Infographic | December 28, 2019

AER Worldwide, an electronic waste recycler, wanted an energy investment that could add value to its property and strengthen its commitment to the environment. We installed a solar energy solution at its headquarters that will generate approximately 361,819 kWh of clean energy per year – saving almost $4 million and removing the equivalent of 259 tons of CO2 from the atmosphere.

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What Are the Five Major Types of Renewable Energy?

Infographic | June 28, 2022

Renewable energy technologies harness the power of the sun, wind, and heat from the Earth’s core, and then transforms it into usable forms of energy like heat, electricity, and fuel.

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Fossil fuels and chemicals What's the current situation like?

Infographic | February 28, 2020

MODERN CIVILIZATION THRIVES ON A CONSTANT FLOW OF ENERGY AND MATERIAL GOODS, OBTAINED FROM NATURAL RESOURCES SUCH AS FOSSIL FUELS, MINERALS AND BIOMASS. THIS LEADS TO THE PRODUCTION OF LARGE AMOUNTS OF WASTE, WHICH BECOMES DIFFICULT TO HANDLE. SUCH A LINEAR ECONOMIC SYSTEM IS NOT SUSTAINABLE HAVING NEGATIVE EFFECTS FOR OUR PLANET.

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PROTECTING YOUR IP IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY SECTOR

Infographic | December 9, 2019

Green Technologies can benefit from special mechanisms that expedite the processing of applications. This means less time to obtain the patent and the opportunity to start selling/licensing your technology sooner. Obtain an exclusive right to exclude your competitors from commercially exploiting your invention. Protect a product or a process that provides a new way of doing something g or offers a new technical solution to a technical problem.

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THE CLIMATE FOOTPRINT PROJECT

Infographic | January 21, 2020

States and regions are key to tackling climate change and have set themselves ambitious targets states and regions are important climate actors and their position means they have the power to make key decisions in policy areas such as: state and regional governments are at the frontline of cutting emissions to meet regional and national targets. To meet these targets, state and regional governments need to be equipped to measure and record their emissions in regional greenhouse gas inventories.

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Smart Energy Solutions – Globally Preventing Energy Wastage

Infographic | December 26, 2019

The advent of IoT in the energy sector has enabled the emergence of smart energy solutions that are revolutionizing the complete sector of energy utility. Internet of Things with its advanced features has offered the energy industry the capabilities to optimally manage their assets, monitor the energy consumption, and fulfill the ever-changing energy demands. However, the biggest benefit that IoT offer is the ability to decrease energy wastage.

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Green Biofuels Ireland Limited

Facility produces 30,000 tonnes biodiesel per annum meeting EU Biodiesel Quality Standard (EN 14214/2010) Second generation biodiesel manufactured from biodegradeable wastes with no food V’s Fuel concerns. High quality biodiesel supplied to Irish consumers via major indigenous oil distributors.

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