To enable the effective and efficient integration of growing shares of small distributed PV systems into the grid, the idea of PV producers becoming “prosumers” – both producers and consumers of energy – is gaining ground while “self-consumption” is becoming a major driver for the installation of small distributed PV systems. To facilitate this to happen, Energiring addresses:
Heating and cooling represents almost 50% of the final Iran’s energy consumption while cooling demand is increasing. As the cost associated with the purchase and installation of heat pumps remains an obstacle for a wider penetration on the market, Energiring provides:
3.Concentrated Solar Power (CSP) & Solar Thermal Energy Plants:
The method of functioning of CSP plants is similar to that of the photovoltaic solar energy plants. The extra addition in these concentrating power plants is that they make use of mirrors and lenses in order to capture energy from the rays of the sun. The light from the sun will be directed towards the photovoltaic cells and they will be converted into heat energy. Usually very big organizations make use of these concentrating power plants for utilizing solar energy.
Energiring can also deliver the solar thermal energy plants which will be used for creating solar generated heaters for different goals:
By increasing the market share of wind energy systems, Energiring is going to address one of the following specific challenges in Iranian market:
Geothermal energy for both electricity generation and heating -direct use- has been produced commercially since 1913, and for decades on the scale of hundreds of MW, and the utilization has increased rapidly during the last three decades. Nevertheless, the way in which a geothermal resource is utilized will ultimately determine whether or not the utilization is sustainable and affordable. Energiring aims at proposing small modular and cost efficient geothermal power plants, and has solutions for 5-MW plants involving providing their technology and EPC service.
We are going to increase the understanding of the socio-economic dimension of geothermal energy in Iran, and to promote change in community responses to new and existing geothermal installations. Different technologies and possible technological solutions, with particular reference to reinjection of incondensable gases in deep geothermal plants, are key elements of the environmental and social impact assessment. Specific challenges related to deep and shallow geothermal energy require separate considerations. Risk management strategies and adequate technology selection, for example induced seismicity or emission reduction should be addressed, when relevant.
To facilitating the market roll-out of liquid advanced biofuels and liquid renewable alternative fuels, the main challenge is to enable commercialization of advanced biofuels to help using in small scale distributed generation and GHG reduction. Energiring makes the latest technologies available for cost-efficient biofuels production from both landfill and biogas.
We believe that being environmentally friendly is not a luxury but an economic and social responsibility. As renewable energy is an attractive alternative in today’s environmentally conscious global economy, many energy companies claim that they are providing their clients with environmental-friendly and cost-effective renewable energy system (RES) solutions. This is much more important resource for the countries located in Middle East and North of Africa thanks to many sunny days during the year.
Energy from renewable sources can help cut the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and reduce your carbon (CO2) footprint. Energiring assists companies/organizations/people in determining whether renewable energy-related alternatives are viable options for them. These are a few options we explore: