Use the cold of deep water to make air & fluid cooling, and the temperature difference between deepsea and surface waters to produce electricity
Our work is based on a technique of seawater air cooling and electricity generation to guarantee:
- a very low direct environmental impact
- a system lifetime of up to 50 years
- a 90% reduction in electricity consumption
- continuous energy little dependent on climatic conditions
- green energy
- a price very little dependent on the evolution of energy prices
- elimination of fluorinated gas emissions
We work from two technical processes :
OTEC: an OTEC power plant is a heat engine powered by the temperature differences between hot (at the surface) and cold (pumped deep) seawater that produces electricity. It is possible to upgrade seawater for aquaculture applications.
SWAC : system allowing the use of sea water as a cold source (“free-cooling”) to meet the air cooling needs of a few buildings up to an entire district. It is often offered in "bad-grid" areas with high and carbon-intensive electricity costs.