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thermal energy

[′thər·məl ′en·ər·jē]
(nucleonics)
Energy which is characteristic for thermal neutrons at room temperature, about 0.025 electron-volt.
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IR said that, when integrated with its Trane building controls platform, Calmac thermal energy storage solutions take pressure off of the energy grid.
The sunlight and thermal energy collection method adopted in MHPS's CSP system is a proprietary hybrid system combining a low-temperature Fresnel evaporator which collects sunlight while changing the angles of multiple mirror surfaces arranged on a plane, and a tower-type superheater which collects sunlight by heliostats.
biomass) is a very inefficient process compared with photovoltaic and solar thermal energy collection.
75MW thermal energy storage asset within a social housing apartment complex in order to provide fast regulation and grid balancing services while lowering energy bills for the housing authority.
Instead of sea-water, discharged thermal energy conversion pioneered by Xenesys uses the wasted heat and warm effluent waste-water to evaporate ammonia, the vapours of which can power turbines to generate electricity at little cost and without pollution.
The main advantages of CSP are the potential for integration with conventional thermal power stations (even to the point of using fossil fuels as back-up) and that thermal energy storage can be much more cost-effective and viable than battery storage of electricity.
Such has been the success of Thermal Energy International's GEM steam traps that the company plans to install further GEM traps.
Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation, a company that offers a range of products and services, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Bahamas Electricity Corporation.
Thermal Energy has again demonstrated its ability to innovatively support its customers' objectives for energy and emission reductions by delivering a program uniquely tailored to their needs," said Thermal Energy President and CEO William Crossland.
In order to model of use of the thermal energy of these gases to be more accurate, will be used measures taken of the parameters of gases in the chimney.
The TREEA offers a huge opportunity for improving energy efficiency, increasing energy security and also reducing the emission of greenhouse gases through sources of renewable thermal energy, combined heat and power as well as other technologies that are energy efficient.
Thermal energy accounts for roughly one-third of the energy used today in the United States.