“Green Energy” referring to modern technologies and approaches to convert energy from renewable sources to energy carriers’ people can use, taking into account sustainability requirements. In general, “Green Energy” includes modern biomass energy conversion technologies, geothermal heat, electricity production, solar photovoltaic , convert the bio gas/ or Natural gas to Biodiesel & to biowax , storage the electricity by new technology and solar thermal electricity production .

     A wide variety of technologies are available or under development to provide affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy services from renewables. All Green Energy sources can be converted to electricity. Only a few of them can be used to produce solid, liquid, or gaseous fuel directly, as well as heat. Some of the major sources are intermittent, e.g., solar and wind energy, which can create challenges in adopting these sources while maintaining the reliability of the overall energy supply, depending on how widely they are used.

  • Solid recovered fuel (SRF) to power / NG
  •      The technology of Solid Recovered Fuels (SRF) derived from waste streams are expected to result in a significant contribution to the generation of sustainable energy. The demand for alternative waste treatment is addressed by production and direct gasification of SRF in fuel fired power plants as an environmentally friendly, energy efficient, short-term available and cost-effective technical solution.
  • Waste heat to power / NG
  •      Economically feasible Waste heat to power (WHP) applications are generally based on recovering waste heat from combustion exhaust streams with temperatures above 250 °C to power. Industrial processes that produce these temperatures include calcining operations (cement, lime, alumina, and petroleum coke), metal melting, glass melting, petroleum fluid heaters, thermal oxidizers, and exothermic synthesis processes. Key WHP opportunities within these operations are provided below: Metals industry, Petrochemical refining, Chemical industry, Fabricated Metals, Natural gas compressor stations, Land fill gas energy systems and Oil and gas production.
  • Power to gas to power
  •      Power-to-gas plants technology the advantage of generating hydrogen and methane from the regenerative surplus of green electricity and economically storing these substances for later use in a variety of applications. Electrolysis is the key technology here. Our portfolio is ideally suited for automating and safely operating power-to-gas plants. It also includes various solutions for feeding into the natural gas grid and generating electricity.
  • From Hot water to child water (HWCW) technology
  •      The possibility of implementing the innovative multi-disc sorption bed combined with the heat exchanger into the adsorption cooling technology. The developed in-house sorption model incorporated into the commercial computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is contact with new technology depending on the adsorber and absorber material are developed in our institute. The designed multi-disc sorption bed is characterized by great scalability and allows to significantly expand the potential installation sites of the adsorption chillers.
  • Used cocking oil (UCO) to Biodiesel
  •      Used Cooking Oils (UCOs) are oils and fats that have been used for cooking or frying in the food processing industry, restaurants, fast foods and at a consumer level, in household; UCO can originate from both vegetable and animal fats and oils; they can be collected and recycled for other uses. It is estimated that currently around 90% of cooking oils and fat used in the EU are produced from vegetable oils, whereas in countries such as Belgium relatively much animal fats are used. An economical and eco-friendly two-step heterogeneously catalyzed process for biodiesel production is presented.
  • Gas to liquid technology
  •      Advances in gas-to-liquids technology reportedly have reduced costs beyond the threshold of commercial attractiveness. Yet, research continues targeting further cost reductions, while few GTL projects are moving forward to construction. The worldwide growing interest in GTL is determined by the possibility to obtain clean diesel, naphtha, lubes, olefins, and other organics form natural gas.
  • Gas to Biowax (solid)
  •      Upgrading of Fischer–Tropsch (FT) bio waxes to second-generation biofuels via hydro processing is the final step for increasing the fuel amount of the overall biomass conversion route: gasification of lignocellulosic biomass, FT synthesis, and hydro processing. The typical FT product portfolio consists of high molecular weight paraffinic waxes as the main product and FT fuels in the diesel and naphtha boiling range.
  • Waste steam to power / hydrogen / methane
  •      Hydrogen can be produced using diverse, domestic resources, including nuclear, natural gas and coal, biomass, and other renewable sources. The latter include solar, wind, hydroelectric, or geothermal energy. This diversity of domestic energy sources makes hydrogen a promising energy carrier and important for energy security. It is desirable that hydrogen be produced using a variety of resources and process technologies or pathways.