The energy solutions blog

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Are You Looking for the Right District Cooling Company for Your Project? You Should Control These Pains

The district cooling market has made huge strides ever since the first DC system started operations in Denver Colorado in the 1930s and the Middle East witnessed its own about two decades ago. For an industry worth US$ 29 Billion by 2020 according to estimates, we can safely say that the world has realized the […]

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Power Recovery in Summer Periods: How Power Plants Work During Warmer Days

The last two centuries have seen global energy demand increase significantly, spurred by the industrial and transportation sectors. We are now in the middle of the energy crisis as nonrenewable energy resources near exhaustion. The specific causes of this crisis are a ballooning population, energy overuse, energy wastage and deteriorating infrastructure. The need for prudent […]

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A Must-Have for Owners and Designers of DC Systems: ASHRAE District Cooling Guide, 2nd Edition

The 2 000 terawatt-hours (TWh) of power consumed by buildings for cooling in 2018 was more than triple the energy demand for the same three decades ago, according to International Energy Agency. While most of the air conditioners available in the market are more energy-efficient, a lot needs to be done to achieve various sustainable […]

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How to Solve Problems with Gas Turbine Degradation in a Turbine Cooling System

Awareness of the environmental effects of industrial growth has intensified strive towards reduced carbon dioxide emissions. Indeed, modern society is increasingly concerned about energy efficiency because this aspect is linked to environmental degradation. Discussions about industrial energy often revolve around the gas turbine, a device that has been around ever since the era of water […]

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How to Get a Heat Rate Improvement in Your Power Plant

The global coal-fired power capacity has grown significantly since 2000 to about 2,045 Gigawatts (GW) currently. Despite this progress, the last couple of years has seen several plants retire in the US and Europe. One fact remains though: coal fired power plant technology is not going anywhere. Perhaps it is with this fact in mind […]

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