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Small wind energy devices (wind turbines)  An environmentally friendly method for conversion of wind energy into electrical energy. Parts of the device can be made from wooden materials, read more

Welcome to the website freshbreezeenergy.com which presents practical, environmentally friendly and low cost renewable energy solutions. The solutions can contribute to sustainable development and counteract climate changes.




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Small energy devices can provide low cost harvesting of renewable energy If small energy devices have low CO2 footprints and are arranged in a convenient way, they can be deployed in a large number and can provide much energy.

Ocean energy plants

A practical method for conversion of ocean wave energy into electrical energy, read more

Ocean waves can generate a lot of electrical energy. Fresh breeze at open sea can cause waves with height up to 1,5 meter. Small wave energy devices assembled in a circular pattern will ease the maintenance. Each device can be disconnected and brought to land for maintenance.   


The figure to the left illustrates a wave energy plant consisting of 20 buoys arranged on the circumference of a circle with diameter 130 m. The centre distance between the buoys would be approximately 20 m. If the average wave energy is 40 kW/m (for example at the Norwegian Sea) the average energy produced by the plant would be 1,62 MW.

260 plants would annually produce about 3,6 TWh. The required sea area for the plants would be about 0,13  x  47 km.

 

The figure to the left illustrates a wave energy plant consisting of 8 assemblies of buoys where each assembly consists of 20 buoys arranged on the circumference of a circle with diameter 130 m. The centre distance between the buoys would be approximately 20 m. If the average wave energy is 40 kW/m the average energy produced by the plant would be 12,96 MW.

32 plants would annually produce about 3,6 TWh. The required sea area for the plants would be about 0,73  x  25 km.

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Thermal energy plant In addition to generating electricity the energy plant has possibilities for cooling the environment, read more