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5MW solar PV powered Industrial Park

5MW solar PV powered Industrial Park

Solar PV powered Industrial Park. The power for the industrial park will be provided by a 5MW solar PV plant. Excess power not used by sold to the grid to power a local school and trading center. It is assumed that the industrial park will utilize 500KW of this 5MW plant.

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A Framework for CO2 Capture, Utilization and Sequestration (CCUS) Supply Chain Network Optimization

A Framework for CO2 Capture, Utilization and Sequestration (CCUS) Supply Chain Network Optimization

Background:Technologies for CCUS are historically developed independently of one another. Previous studies considered CO2 capture and sequestration in isolation, and failed to take advantage of utilization options. Such standalone development makes the design of an integrated CCUS supply chain network a complex and challenging task. Diverse emissio ...

A Novel Algal Harvesting and Dewatering Method for the Economically Feasible Production of Biofuels From Microalgae Growing on Industrial Emissions

A Novel Algal Harvesting and Dewatering Method for the Economically Feasible Production of Biofuels From Microalgae Growing on Industrial Emissions

Current algae harvesting methods are energy intensive and costly. This invention describes a method for concentrating microalgae using flue gas. Flocculation of microalgae is induced by increasing the rate of flue gas delivery. In response to increases in flue gas flow rate, cells become highly concentrated, allowing algal biomass to be easily ...

A Cost-Effective Method for Reducing Mercury Levels from Flue Gas

A Cost-Effective Method for Reducing Mercury Levels from Flue Gas

The University of North Dakota is actively seeking companies to commercialize a proprietary method for the oxidation of mercury contaminants in flue gas.

Intelligent Water Monitoring System Detects and Maps Leaks Instantly

Intelligent Water Monitoring System Detects and Maps Leaks Instantly

KAUST has developed an innovative, sustainable new water management system that enables towns and cities—as well as industrial facilities—to detect elevated water pressure and potential leaks at the moment they first occur. The Intelligent Utilities Monitoring System (IUMS) collects and analyzes data on water production and distribution per ...

Optimizing Location for Placing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

Optimizing Location for Placing Electric Vehicle Charging Stations

A Northwestern investigator has developed an algorithm that facilitates the planning of future electric charging station infrastructure. With an expected increase in electric vehicles (EVs) over the next few years, the availability of charging stations will become essential. This information system will enable key decision makers to deploy such a ...

E-Lumi-Tex - Active Lighting by textile finishing

E-Lumi-Tex - Active Lighting by textile finishing

"Researchers of the Niederrhein University have invented a method to produce electroluminescent textile surface by conventional printing methods. The invention describes the manufacture of a textile actively illuminating. The individual electrodes, the active luminescent layer and other additional layers are applied to any textile in various proces ...

Real-Time Cascade Impactor for Gravimetric Measurement of Fine Dust

Real-Time Cascade Impactor for Gravimetric Measurement of Fine Dust

A cascade impactor with integrated quartz micro balances enables to measure the mass of fine and ultra-fine dust e.g. in ambient air in real time. This impactor was developed at Georg-August-University of Göttingen.

Plating Surfaces with Metal Film

Plating Surfaces with Metal Film

"The present invention permits to produce large-scale macroporous metal films and three-dimensional structures. The simple process uses renewable raw materials and ionic liquids which can be recycled after the reaction. The macroporous films may have a thickness of several tenths (potentially several hundredths) of a micrometer."

Nanoparticle Photoinitiators for UV Curing Printing Inks, Varnishes and Glues

Nanoparticle Photoinitiators for UV Curing Printing Inks, Varnishes and Glues

"Conventionally, the curing or rather drying of printing inks, varnishes and glues is based on the evaporation of solvents. As an alternative, the use of photoinitiators has been established. These substances enable a fast and controlled curing without the help of solvents by the use of UV radiation. A disadvantage of the conventional molecular pho ...

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