Renewable Energy Services and Programs
The term "solar energy" has multiple meanings in the energy production world.
First: Hydronic Solar Power is using water or another fluid to absorb the heat from the sun and transfer the heat by pumping to a space or process. Water heating is accomplish by this technology in many third world countries and can be integrated into certain applications to systems.
Second: Concentrated Solar Power is a very high temperature process of heat storage and steam creation. In fact, concentrated solar thermal power is worldwide becoming a more and more important source for power generation at the multiple megawatt level. Concentrated solar thermal power turns water into superheated steam and steam turbine generators convert superheated steam into electricity. Since the 1980's, solar thermal energy has been a proven technology. The reasons for this are obvious. The sun is not only a free fuel source but also a complete emissions-free source.
Third: Solar energy production, or photovoltaic production is the electric generation from sunlight through a chemical process and is becoming more popular and practical for small systems as the economics become more manageable as time passes.
The sun is an inexhaustible source of energy for power production.
Wind energy's potential is huge; however, along with solar it is considered "non-firm" power. What this means is basically the wind does not blow 100% of the time and can not be counted on to be available when needed 100% of the time.
Wind energy generated by small scale turbines can be utilized as stand-alone systems, grid tied systems, or part of a MiniMicroGridTM along with solar panels, batteries, a generator, and sophisticated controls.
Chambers Energy Group LLC is committed to driving this potential into real growth for the future of renewable power. Toward this goal we enable profitability and reduce project risk by pushing the boundaries of what's possible by being on the cutting edge without being on the bleeding edge of innovation and technology.
Integrated solutions along the value chain help customers transform wind into a profitable asset for a sustainable tomorrow.
Chambers Energy Group LLC can integrate our customer needs into wind energy solutions for maximum benefits.
Creation of electricity from biomass has many descriptions and application from methane capture and utilization to pyrolysis off gassing production to fuel a combustion generator, to energy from waste are practical applications. Biomass provides a future-proof source of electricity and contributes to lower CO2 emissions. Power produced from biomass is increasingly economically viable. Installing biomass power eliminates the need for waste disposal, lowers energy costs and maintains a high availability of the power supply. Incinerating waste material is thus a further step toward sustainability and toward a closed-cycle economy. These by-products need no additional processing, further strengthening the financial feasibility of the biomass production. The possibility of utilizing biomass produced high quality steam for resale adds to the viability of such projects while ensuring the availability of the fuel supply.
The renewable energy market has changed tremendously over the last few decades. The integration of renewables into the overall energy use portfolio is getting more and more important. Modern energy utility systems benefit from renewable sources and integrated storage solutions to achieve an even more ecofriendly energy generation footprint. That's why there is a global need to renew personal energy systems with our solutions and components to produce energy from wind, water, sun and biomass to enhance your sustainability far into the future.
Chambers Energy Group LLC offers a comprehensive portfolio for sustainable energy solutions.
Geothermal energy is a renewable energy source produced inside the earth. The slow decay of radioactive particles in the earth's core, a process that happens in all rocks, produces geothermal energy. Geothermal heat is used for bathing, to heat buildings, and to generate electricity.