Renewable Resources of Energy: The Future

We live in a world that’s constantly changing. While the population is rising, average resource base is declining. Amidst such crisis, renewable and eco-friendly resources are the biggest survival tools for mankind. And, Orris Infrastructure takes great pride in tapping this opportunity for a better tomorrow.

Non-conventional or renewable resources have existed since centuries, but their value has hitherto not been put to good use. Today rapid urbanisation has triggered a wave of conscious future investment. In the wake of such dynamics, we plan to work towards our balanced progress. And this progress stems from no other means, but natural, eco-friendly energy production.

According to WWF’s Climate Vision for 2050, if the right technologies are put in place, low-impact renewable energy sources could provide 70% of the energy supplied globally. That’s a great degree. If renewable resources can replace our excessive dependence on non-renewable, fossil-based energy sources, there’s nothing more promising.

Working along the same thought, let’s take a look at our master tools.

  1. Most renewable energy comes either directly or indirectly from the sun. Solar energy emits zero greenhouse gases or other pollutants, uses no water and produces no waste. We can develop solar thermal power plants, photovoltaic modules and solar thermal collectors to heat water, generate electricity and fuel other industrial and commercial operations.
  2. Hydro-electricity is another pollution-free and cheap way of generating electricity. Well-constructed and socially-compatible hydro power stations can make wonders happen in times to come.
  3. Wind energy is global powerhouse for all nations. Wind energy can be harvested almost everywhere – in valleys, on mountains or at sea. Wind turbines are low-cost investment that can fulfill our growing need for electricity.
  4. Wave and tidal energy is a relatively new power to join the mix of promising offshore renewable energy resources. You can’t even imagine how wonderfully float systems can drive hydraulic pumps. Similarly, oscillating water column systems can deploy waves for air compression. All this can generate immense power to run turbines and generators on the shore.
  5. Did you know that temperature at the Earth’s crust reaches upto 5,500°C? Geothermal energy taps this internal heat for a variety of uses, including electric power production, and the heating and cooling of buildings.
  6. Finally, it’s the natural energy that can be harnessed from biomass – organic material such as plants, wood or animal waste. Bio energy is a potential resource that can be used to supply heat, generate electricity, and produce bio-fuels.

At Orris, we are working towards the best optimum alignment of all these power supplies. Realising the need for India’s growing demand, we are developing a holistic, eco-friendly resource hub. This   integration of renewable energy and nature conservation is the best available asset for humanity. And we are fortunate to be ahead of time in tapping it. Tomorrow will be bright only if present is not destroyed.

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