Cool Renewable Energy Ideas and Solution for the Future
No matter where somebody stands on global warming or that whole issue. Is there a way to get clean energy with no pollution and unlimited power? Let’s see the remarkable renewable energy ideas and solutions for the future.
Rivers provide us with over 85% of all our renewable energy. However, there is a little bit problem because current tech needs costly, big dams to get the power out. Also, even more, expensive transmission grids to bring that energy to the people. Although these dams are built to help the local communities, they often cause them more harm. Inspired by nature, turbulent developed unique hydropower plants. You can install this precious system at every small natural height difference in a river. Also, only straightforward civil works are needed. By the way, do you know how to work hydropower?
How to Work Turbulent Hydro?
Workers excavate a space next to the water. Afterwards, they install prefabricated parts. And lower the core of the turbine into the basin. Workers backfill the excavation. Established prefabricate part is opened. Purpose of the turbulent hydro both generating electricity and slowing down the flow rate. The turbine starts operating 24/7.
The turbine uses a natural whirlpool to generate energy. Also, turbulent hydro is fish-friendly, low pressure in the turbine. Fishes can pass through unharmed. The generator is the only moving part reducing failure and maintenance when turning it produces energy 24/7.
To power up to 60 homes per turbulent hydro. Another feature of the turbulent hydro is resisting to small debris and sand. Turbulent turbines are designed to empower rural communities all over the world.
In summary, the water flows in through an earth canal, and the simple concrete walls have been cast on-site. Turbulent vortex turbines bring energy closer to you. The power is known as hydro-power.
Altaeros BAT (Airborne Turbine)
The world demands cleaner, low-cost alternatives to fossil fuels. All Tarot’s energies are answering that call with a high altitude wind turbine. The first time affordable wind energy can be delivered to the furthest points of the world. Powering remote communities’ off-grid industries and disaster relief the Altera’s bat furnaces stronger more consistent winds found at higher altitudes. At these Heights, it produces twice the energy of a conventional wind turbine.
In Altaeros BAT, the bat uses inflatable helium shed to lift a lightweight turbine into the air. Power is sent to the ground using high-strength conductive tethers. The bat also offers a unique platform to expand internet and phone services weather monitoring and much more.
Designed to be rapidly deployed anywhere, the bat significantly reduces human and wildlife impact when compared to conventional wind turbines. Formed out of MIT Montero’s is working with the Alaska Energy Authority to launch first commercial high altitude wind turbine. Less expensive, more flexible and significantly more efficient. The bat is the next generation of wind power.
Dynamic Tidal Power
In September 2012, representatives of the Chinese and dodge governments signed an agreement to continue investing in the implementation of dynamic tidal power in Chine. By combining Chinese and Dutch expertise, the construction of a dynamic tidal power Dam can be developed into an economically viable and environmentally sustainable investment.
Dynamic tidal power is designed to generate electric energy from the kinetics of tidal water. A long term of at least 30 kilometres perpendicular to the coast interacts with the tidal flow to create a hydraulic head.
A barrier parallels to the coastline at the far end the dam giving it the t-shape amplifies the head on either side of the structure. This hydraulic head, together with the shape of the tunnels results in the acceleration of water that drives the many turbines in the dam.
Vital to making such a high level of energy production possible is the use of highly advanced turbines. These turbines are designed specifically for this purpose; they work with a shallow head. Therefore, a dam of 40 kilometres in length can accommodate 2000 turbines because it is enough to supply millions of households with sustainable energy.
Areas with excellent potential for the implementation of DTP are relatively shallow and have tidal currents running parallel to the coastline. (Celtic Sea – North Sea) Numerous areas in EU, as well as along the entire coast of the Chinese mainland and the Korean Peninsula offer excellent locations.
With the latest knowledge and technology, China sets itself up to achieve its objective of generating more than 15% of its energy from renewable sources by the year 2020.