Renewable energy makes use of natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides and geothermal heat, which may be naturally replenished. Renewable energy technologies include solar power, wind power, hydroelectric power (or hydro for short), biomass and biofuels for transportation. Renewable energy has much lower levels of greenhouse gas emissions than fossil-fuel energy sources, and potentially offers sources of clean energy that we can continue to use indefinitely. Renewable energy technologies (excluding large-scale hydro) together provided about 3.4 per cent of global power generation by 2007; large-scale hydropower represented a further 15 per cent of all electricity generation by 2007, source British Council, report August 2008
Flowing water from streams or rivers has been used for many centuries to perform tasks such as driving mills and machinery.
Biomass and biofuels
Biomass is a term used to refer to material from trees or other plants that can be used to generate usable energy.
Mankind has been using the wind for centuries to produce mechanical power for milling grain and pumping water.
Solar photovoltaic (PV) devices convert sunlight directly into electricity. They were originally developed for use in the US space programme
Solar thermal power
Solar thermal power is an approach where energy from the sun is used directly to heat an energy carrier, most often water.
Tidal and wave power
Tidal power refers to technologies which are able to convert the energy of tides into electricity (or other useful forms of power).
Many renewable energy technologies can be implemented on widely differing scales – wind turbines, for example
Geothermal energy is the heat stored beneath the Earth’s surface, which can be harnessed to produce electricity
Our company is a system integrator in the field of renewable energy. Our team is there for you to tailor your energy needs (from hot water and electricity) to your home, your factory, your hotel or your compound by using natural, Green and renewable sources of energy (sun, wind, waves and more) that best suit your application and your budget.
“Our hunger for energy is increasing day by day and therefore more CO2 emission and more damage to our grateful planet earth…the least we can do to save our environment is to be positive and proactive in relying on God’s renewable energy (sun, wind, waves, and more natural forces) instead of harmful sources (petrol, gas and the like) to generate our never ending need of energy”
Amr ELHUSSEINI, Founder & MD
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