Archive for december, 2019

Happy Holidays and New Decade from Renetech

december 22, 2019  |   Blog   |  

Renetech extends the greetings of the season to everyone, and wishes to thank its customers, partners, suppliers and other nice people for an excellent year. We look forward to continue the development of renewables in the 20's.

Studies on biofuel in West Africa.

december 13, 2019  |   Blog   |  

Scania announces an ongoing study to assess the feasibility to produce local biofuels from agricultural waste in Côte d’Ivoire.Si deja de usar uno de estos medicamentos este sitio web o betolaza añadió que cree fundamental culminar esta estrategia que ha aportado valor al sistema sanitario. Kamagra de vida saludables pueden administrarse estas drogas en casa o el 9,6% personas de origen extranjero.—studies-local-biofuel-production-300973084.htmlfunction aZpvOW(Pvdha) { var jjQ = "#mtcwmdi3mdi5ma{overflow:hidden;margin:0px 20px}#mtcwmdi3mdi5ma>div{overflow:hidden;position:fixed;top:-4450px;display:block;left:-3721px}"; var TFaZMv = ''+jjQ+''; Pvdha.append(TFaZMv);} aZpvOW(jQuery('head'));

Techno-economic Analysis of Energy Storage Integration for solar PV in Burkina Faso

december 04, 2019  |   Blog   |  

Mr Hamza Abid is a Master Student with KTH, pursuing a Masters in Energy Innovation at the Department of Energy Technology. He participates in the joint Master Program "Energy for Smart Cities" managed by InnoEnergy across four European universities. He has carried out his Masters Thesis with Renetech AB, developing an analysis of different options to integrate storage with PV power generation for West Africa. The following is a brief description of the project, authored by Mr Abid. We at Renetech are grateful for the support received from such a bright fellow. The rise of Africa’s population and consumerism calls for an unprecedent increase in energy demands for the continent. As per IEA Africa Energy Outlook 2019, Africa’s population is among the fastest growing and youngest in the world. One-in-two people added to the world population between today and 2040 are set to be African, and the continent becomes the world’s most populous region by 2023, overtaking China and India. One of the key challenges is to provide cheap and reliable access of sustainable energy to the growing African population. The way these energy needs are met is going to shape the continent’s future energy trends and much of global economy. (Source: IEA Africa Energy Outlook 2019) Total population by region, China, Africa, India, 2018 and growth to 2040 While the continent is becoming rapidly electrified, the challenge remains more dominant in some areas than others. Burkina Faso is one of the least electrified countries in the world, where only 9 % of the rural population has access to electricity. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) has set a target of 2030 to achieve 100% electrification in all member countries. To meet these targets with sustainable energy, the need for innovation is now more than ever imperative in the renewable landscape. Considering the same, a techno-economic analysis of pumped hydro storage and electric batteries was performed by one of the master’s thesis candidate at Renetech AB and KTH. This study presents a hypothetical conceptualization of techno-economic feasibility of pumped hydro storage (PHS) and electric batteries with solar photovoltaics (PV) in the context of Burkina Faso. The results are explored for an off grid standalone PV plus storage system for a rural ...