Area of Interest - Bluefin Energy Hydrogen, Solar Energy, Wind Farms, EV

Area Of Interest - Bluefin Energy

Micro Grid Projects

Electricity access is essential for people’s lives and livelihoods: from using fridges to store food and medicine; charging mobile phones to stay connected; lighting up households and schools at night; to powering local businesses.

Those who have access often rely on polluting, unreliable and costly diesel-powered generators. Solar-powered mini-grids could be the answer to rural access and dirty energy. Well-suited to small, remote communities, renewable energy mini-grids can now be the cheaper, greener option for rural electrification.

What are Micro Grids?

Providing electricity to rural populations can take three forms: grid extension; standalone solar systems; and mini-grids.

Grid extension works by extending a national electricity grid to households and communities without access. Extending the grid is cost-effective in connecting large, densely-populated communities who live close to the grid, but the cost of extension rises exponentially when the population density falls.

For those living in the most remote areas, standalone solar systems operating independently of the grid can meet electricity needs such as phone charging and lighting but may struggle with larger electricity loads such as powering machinery and agricultural equipment.

Mini-grids operate in a space between the two; when the population is too small or remote for grid extension and standalone solar systems aren’t viable for larger electricity needs.

Essentially mini-grids are independent, decentralised electricity networks that can function separately from a national grid.

Waste to Energy Projects

Municipal solid waste (MSW), often called garbage, is used to produce energy at waste-to-energy plants and at landfills globally its a big problem. MSW containsBiomass, or biogenic (plant or animal products), materials such as paper, cardboard, food waste, grass clippings, leaves, wood, and leather products

  • Nonbiomass combustible materials such as plastics and other synthetic materials made from petroleum
  • Noncombustible materials such as glass and metals

Bluefin Energy have designed a eco plant that not only turns MSW into renewable energy, We have went one step further buy tackling the growing problem of rubber and plastics head on, most Incinerators utilise rubber and plastic as a form of fuel, at Bluefin Energy we have eliminated these by separating and creating an innovated tested product for the future.

Hydro Energy

Bluefin Energy have designed a Hydro Sea Defence System to kill two birds with one stone. As global sea levels rise this has a dramatic effect on shore lines as well as using sea waves to produce renewable affordable energy to new emerging countries, our vision and mission is to bring our dedicated passionate team together to bring H2 to Schools , Hospitals , Mega Factories and Residential , we have spent over 18 months in Research and Development in collaboration across the globe bringing scientist and professors specialist in their field of Hydrogen forming a Board of Advisors and Partners to fast track hydrogen into our vision and mission by minimising Co2 to Net Zero Hydrogen supplier., why wait till 2050? we need the solution NOW.

Its a matter of Urgency

1: Stop shorelines from eroding from the sea.

2; Creating renewable energy from the waves.

Thus eliminating false economy and cost of creating defence systems.

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