Green Energy

Connecting Ideas and People – How Technology can Change Our Lives

Green Energy

Connecting Ideas and People – How Technology can Change Our Lives

The Global Approach For Green solution

Company with a total focus on “green solutions”.

We are looking to develop and market novel products with significant upside potential and are particularly focused on the commercialization of platform technologies.

The company’s green vision for the future is the development of complementary businesses operating in the fields of Green Energy and Waste-to-Energy solutions, Agriculture and Energy products, and developing and commercializing energy and Agriculture Land and products.

What is Superconductor

A superconductor is a material that can conduct electricity or transport electrons from one atom to another with no resistance. This means no heat, sound or any other form of energy would be released from the material when it has reached “critical temperature” (Tc), or the temperature at which the material becomes superconductive. Unfortunately, most materials must be in an extremely low energy state (very cold) in order to become superconductive. Research is underway to develop compounds that become superconductive at higher temperatures. Currently, an excessive amount of energy must be used in the cooling process making superconductors inefficient and uneconomical.

More About Superconductor

A superconductor technically known as HTS (High Temperature Superconductor) is a power transmission cable that has achieved ZERO T&D Losses (Transmission and Distribution losses) With the same cross sectional area, HTS Cables can generally carry three to five times current compared to conventional cables. HTS cables produce no joule heat and the AC loss is only about one tenth of the conventional cables. The total transmission loss is far lower using HTS cables than using conventional cables; even the operation energy consumption is counted. HTS cables are environmentally friendly by occupying less land and reducing pollution.

Universal Advantages

Superconductor cables offer several additional compelling advantages over existing grid technologies. The very high power capacity, very small, makes them much easier to site, even in dense older urban areas. Their inherent controllability allows large amounts of power to be pumped economically and reliably into congested areas and transferred precisely where it is needed to relieve the congestion. High – temperature superconducting (HTS) cables achieve large – capacity, low –loss power transmission in a compact size and are expected to offer not only economical advantages like energy conservation, resource conservation, and electromagnetic interference free performance. Due to these advantages, HTS cable demonstration projects and practical studies are being promoted around the world. Other Benefits of HTS Power Cables.

Benefits of HTS Power Cables

Current carrying capability 3-5 times that of conventional cable
Generates essentially no waste heat or electrical losses
Environmentally Friendly, use of liquid nitrogen for cooling
Can be installed into existing conduit infrastructure
Takes up less space than conventional cables, leaving room for future expansion
Can meet increasing power demands in urban areas via retrofit applications carrying two to five times more power
than conventional cable
Eliminates need to acquire new rights of way
Replaces overhead transmission lines when environmental and other concerns prohibit their installation
Enhanced overall system efficiency due to exceptionally low losses
Increased utility system operating flexibility
Reduced electricity costs
Safe and secure from destruction by Ice, hi temperature, demand response overloaded grid, strong wind terrorism,
earthquake and flats
Zero magnetic effect, no radiation hazard free, non cancerisation, nontoxic and environmentally friendly
BOO, No major capital investment unless a government grand or incentives program in place

The Global Approach For Green solution

Company with a total focus on “green solutions”.

We are looking to develop and market novel products with significant upside potential and are particularly focused on the commercialization of platform technologies.

The company’s green vision for the future is the development of complementary businesses operating in the fields of Green Energy and Waste-to-Energy solutions, Agriculture and Energy products, and developing and commercializing energy and Agriculture Land and products.

What is Superconductor

A superconductor is a material that can conduct electricity or transport electrons from one atom to another with no resistance. This means no heat, sound or any other form of energy would be released from the material when it has reached “critical temperature” (Tc), or the temperature at which the material becomes superconductive. Unfortunately, most materials must be in an extremely low energy state (very cold) in order to become superconductive. Research is underway to develop compounds that become superconductive at higher temperatures. Currently, an excessive amount of energy must be used in the cooling process making superconductors inefficient and uneconomical.

More About Superconductor

A superconductor technically known as HTS (High Temperature Superconductor) is a power transmission cable that has achieved ZERO T&D Losses (Transmission and Distribution losses) With the same cross sectional area, HTS Cables can generally carry three to five times current compared to conventional cables. HTS cables produce no joule heat and the AC loss is only about one tenth of the conventional cables. The total transmission loss is far lower using HTS cables than using conventional cables; even the operation energy consumption is counted. HTS cables are environmentally friendly by occupying less land and reducing pollution.

Universal Advantages

Superconductor cables offer several additional compelling advantages over existing grid technologies. The very high power capacity, very small, makes them much easier to site, even in dense older urban areas. Their inherent controllability allows large amounts of power to be pumped economically and reliably into congested areas and transferred precisely where it is needed to relieve the congestion. High – temperature superconducting (HTS) cables achieve large – capacity, low –loss power transmission in a compact size and are expected to offer not only economical advantages like energy conservation, resource conservation, and electromagnetic interference free performance. Due to these advantages, HTS cable demonstration projects and practical studies are being promoted around the world. Other Benefits of HTS Power Cables.

Benefits of HTS Power Cables

Current carrying capability 3-5 times that of conventional cable
Generates essentially no waste heat or electrical losses
Environmentally Friendly, use of liquid nitrogen for cooling
Can be installed into existing conduit infrastructure
Takes up less space than conventional cables, leaving room for future expansion
Can meet increasing power demands in urban areas via retrofit applications carrying two to five times more power
than conventional cable
Eliminates need to acquire new rights of way
Replaces overhead transmission lines when environmental and other concerns prohibit their installation
Enhanced overall system efficiency due to exceptionally low losses
Increased utility system operating flexibility
Reduced electricity costs
Safe and secure from destruction by Ice, hi temperature, demand response overloaded grid, strong wind terrorism,
earthquake and flats
Zero magnetic effect, no radiation hazard free, non cancerisation, nontoxic and environmentally friendly
BOO, No major capital investment unless a government grand or incentives program in place