Energy


Clean Energy, Greener Planet

Alternate sources of energies like solar, wind, geothermal, biomass are as powerful sources as their fossil counterparts, but have no impact on our ecosystem. In search of cleaner and mightier form of energy, which can be marketed to gain the mass acceptability Green Smith’s energy division is working promisingly. In developing countries like India 70% of the population still relies on agriculture and living in remote villages, where reach of fossil fuel based power is difficult and is costly. But by increasing the reach of alternate energy sources and respective equipments the very demand can be solved.

What Mankind Earns?

Global fickle energy prices have stimulated interest in alternatives sources of powerful energies like solar, and wind energy. Using alternative sources of energies on mass scale can help palliate capacity problems on local utility systems, peculiarly during prime electricity demand periods. It also cuts greenhouse gas emissions by lowering the use of electricity generated by conventional fossil-fuel power plants, which is elevating global warming.


Solar Energy

Solar Energy
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Sun is the mightiest source of energy among all. Science defines solar energy as that from of power, which captured from the sun's rays that reaches the earth. By using photovoltaic cells made from silicon alloys, sunlight can be trapped and converted into other forms of energy viz. heat and electricity for running life. The former development of solar technologies starting in the 1860s was driven by an expectation that coal would soon become scarce. However development of solar technologies slugged in the early 20th century due to the increasing availability, economy, and utility of coal and petroleum. The most important thing we have to do is to boost the need and stimuli usage of solar energy among societies.

GSE Energy division is dedicated to make this form of energy popular in order to decrease global warming pressure on environment by placing solar products like:

Solar Lantern

Solar Flash Light

Solar Water Heater

Solar Radio

Solar Street Lamps and other services like solar electricity plants in rural and less reachable markets. 

 
Wind Energy

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Actually, wind energy is a converted form of solar energy. A wind energy system transforms the kinetic energy of the wind into mechanical or electrical energy that can be harnessed for practical usage. Mechanical energy is most commonly used for pumping water in rural or remote locations- the "farm windmill" is a mechanical wind pumper - Wind electric turbines generate electricity for domestic and commercial usage and for sale to utilities. Wind energy system operations do not render air or water emissions and do not produce hazardous waste. Wind's pollution-free electricity can help reduce the environmental damage caused by power generation. Due to growing concern for cleaner sources of energy to check global warming, several countries have achieved relatively high levels of wind power penetration, such as 19% of stationary electricity production in Denmark, 11% in Spain and Portugal, and 7% in Germany and the Republic of Ireland in 2008. As of May 2009, eighty countries around the world are using wind power on a commercial basis (Worldwatch Institute, Washington, DC).

Large-scale wind farms are connected to the electric power transmission network; smaller facilities are used to provide electricity to isolated locations. Utility companies increasingly buy back surplus electricity produced by small domestic turbines. Wind energy as a power source is attractive as an alternative to fossil fuels, because it is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, cleans, and produces no greenhouse gas emissions.

GSE energy division provides solutions for setting up wind power plant (less than 100KW).

 
Biomass Energy

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Biomass is the stored solar energy which by means of photosynthesis has trapped and stalked in the chemical relations of the plant material and its forms. By applying advance technologies this stored biomass energy from sources can be converted into heat and electricity. The sources include all plant material, or vegetation, either raw or processed, naturally grown or cultivate like fast growing trees and grasses, agricultural residues like used vegetable oils, or corn, wood waste like paper rubble, sawdust, or wood chips; Methane (20 times more powerful than CO2, and it doesn’t increases net CO2) that is captured from landfills, livestock, and municipal waste water treatment. 

Biomass energy is derived from three distinct energy sources: wood, waste, and alcohol fuels. Wood energy is derived both from direct use of harvested wood as a fuel and from wood waste streams. Waste energy is the second-largest source of biomass energy. The prime contributors of waste energy are municipal solid waste, manufacturing waste, and landfill gas. Biomass energy can be converted to other usable forms of energy like methane gas or transportation fuels like ethanol and biodiesel. Methane gas also called "landfill gas" or "biogas" is the main ingredient of natural gas.

New technologies are being developed and small scale projects are economically efficient and eco- friendly. Its prime applications are in the domestic sector and small-scale industries, but it is also gaining popularity in modern systems for combined heat and power generation. GSE energy division is formed to cater the demand of this upcoming industry, and encourages municipalities and societies to produce energy from their neighborhood waste.