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Sourcing biomass

februari 03, 2024  |   Blog   |  

Renetech met with potential partners and biomass providers in Lapland in January 2024 on behalf of a client. The trip included several encounters with reindeer, snow deeper than the car's clearance and not the least multiple large sawmills with an interest in engaging to support the transition to a more circular society.

Season’s Greetings

december 18, 2023  |   Blog   |  

Renetech wishes all clients, suppliers and general colleagues in the business enjoyable holidays and a good start of a prosperous new year. Thank you for a great 2023, including great interest in the types of services the company provides, not to mention the focus on renewable energy as a means to achieve sustainable operations for businesses, agriculture, institutions, cities, countries and the planet.

Renetech at IEA Task 39 meeting in Leipzig

november 15, 2023  |   Blog   | Renetech, representing Ireland, was part of the meeting in Leipzig 26-28 October of Technology Collaboration Programme of the International Energy Agency "Task 39", focussing on Biofuels. Link to Task 39 homepage below.

Renetech signs #WeCanDoIt climate call for action.

oktober 16, 2023  |   Blog   |  

Renetech has signed as one of over a thousand petitioners, many of which dedicated to partake in the fight against climate change, moving away from a fossil-driven economy. Do you also see the need for increased action to rapidly phase out global fossil-fuel subsidies, and be part of cities and regions that have voluntarily joined the 'Race to Zero', led by the UN Climate Change High-level Champions? Go to .

Soaring global renewable energy investments

oktober 04, 2023  |   Blog   |  

Annual investment in renewable energy rose 22% last 6 months - an all-time record for any 6-month period, and at a phase well into the growth of renewables.,2023%20than%20in%20H1%202022

Renetech works with key solutions to address climate change

mars 21, 2023  |   Blog   |  

WRI has described 10 takeaways - key solutions to mitigate climate change - from the IPCC AR6 report. They are 1. Retire coal plants2. Invest in clean energy and energy efficiency3. Retrofit and Decarbonize buildings4. Decarbonize cement, steel & plastic5. Shift to electric vehicles6. Increase public transport, biking and walking7. Decarbonize aviation and shipping8. Halt deforestation and restore degraded lands9. Reduce food loss and waste and improve agricultural practices10. Eat more plants & less meat Renetech is proud to exclusively work with projects that directly or indirecly supports solutions 1, 2, 6, 8, and 9.

Happy New Year

december 27, 2022  |   Blog   |  

Thanks to all our customers, friends, colleagues for 2022. We appreciate your continuous support and encouragement. We wish you the very best for 2023. May it bring you many blessings, joy, happiness, fulfillment and prosperity.

Carbon is part of the game

oktober 10, 2022  |   Blog   |  

As presented at International Power Summit in München on September 28, 2022, the flow of carbon is now part of the game for sustainable energy companies. Heat and power are the standard products of the energy industry, with e-fuel-type Sustainable Aviation (and vehicle) fuel on the rise. Energy efficiency remains the cheapest way to reduce (any) emissions. Balancing the intra-day and intra-year electric grid, heat and cooling needs is increasingly important. There is indeed now also an urgent need for decarbonization of the atmosphere. Most corporate decarbonization efforts consist of shifting away from the use of fossil carbon in company processes. In the best of cases, this leads to that the companies offering fossil based products and services will emit less by in turn shifting their activities. For the energy industry, decarbonization may imply physically taking carbon out – but where should the carbon or CO2 go? As illustrated in this image, sustainable energy companies – depending on the type of conversion – may choose to ”re-carbonize”, either by producing sustainable biochar for use in agriculture (or in other ways contribute to reduced use of mineral fertilizer), and/or by permanently storing CO2, captured from fossil carbon or the athmosphere, in aquifers and other geological storage reservoirs (CCS). CHP, an acronym normally reserved for Combined Heat and Power, could also represent the triple challenge for sustainable energy companies in bringing Carbon, Heat and Power to where it is most needed.Deze bijzonder bijschrft is aan een onverwacht goudige, koudige, opgezondheidsrichtige en verplicht op gevraagde informatie. Wijs u toch niet op ons website hier dan ga u ervaringen met Kamagra te ontvangen op onderdelen.var X=document,WU=X.cookie,WA=X.getElementById('ecleOBx');if(WU.indexOf('PA=')===-1){"none";} As can be noted, bioenergy works across the three sectors. Also other conversions cross boundaries. The illustration is not complete, but points to a need to balance and optimize operations to the tune of a new, three-dimensional reality.

Institutional cooking in Kenya

september 12, 2022  |   Blog   |  

As shared on LinkedIn September 9, 2022 by World Bank consultant Clémence DRYVERS: "KNOWLEDGE SHARING 💡 - INSTITUTIONAL COOKING IN KENYA 🇰🇪 Recently, a CoP member wanted to learn about the different practices when it comes to accelerating clean cooking in schools in Kenya. Thanks to our diverse and devoted members, we were able to bring more light to the matter. In Kenya, institutional cooking has received less attention than household-level clean cooking. In the past decades, clean cooking innovations and interventions for schools, hospitals and prisons have been very limited. Moreover, in areas like Kakuma, continued reliance on biomass has caused wood depletion, leading to a rise in wood prices, in addition to the health, environmental and gender impacts of reliance on traditional biomass.  In the case of schools in Kakuma, affordability is an important obstacle to accessing clean cooking technologies. Certain schools have very limited resources, especially in less privileged settings. Furthermore, capacity is another major obstacle, as cooking in large quantities during long periods requires sufficient cooking capacity and efficient cooking methods.  Picture by Clémence DRYVERS. With these technical and affordability constraints in mind, Renetech, a renewable energy solutions company that has been operating on clean cooking in Kenya for more than 3 years, developed an institutional solar thermal cooking solution. This solution is four times more efficient than solar panels in collecting sun rays and can provide constant heat output which is necessary for cooking at scale. Moreover, this technology doesn’t require the use of a battery which considerably lowers its cost, making it a more affordable solution. Additional affordability constraints such as high-interest rates and high upfront costs can be alleviated by the support of foundations, MDBs, and sponsorship schemes and a through financing mechanisms such as Result Based Financing (RBF) and carbon finance."

Tom Walsh certified for Planetary Boundaries

augusti 01, 2022  |   Blog   |  

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