> Representative agreement with Brite Solar, SA company
Brite Solar is dedicated to the deployment of advanced nanotechnology materials to create new types of architectural glass that can reduce the energy footprint of buildings by reducing energy for heating, cooling, and lighting and at the same time produce electrical energy from light.
The representation agreement signed on 7/18/2023 includes - Solar photovoltaic systems with high transparency, greater global energy efficiency and without architectural impacts in construction and rehabilitation.
> Green Steel
JedPed, Engineering was selected as the strategic business technical consultant by a German international entity, to provide services in the area of sustainable energy in the case of the production of Green Hydrogen in an industrial consumption unit energy intensive.
The consultancy involved the elaboration of a project to produce green hydrogen in an installation of a "green" steel factory that is being implemented in Finland. With estimated energy needs of 7TWh/year and with a green steel production for a cycle of more than 8000h/year, the industrial/steel plant should start production in 3Q2023, that is, very soon.
The fuel it will use for steel production will be green H2 (gas) driving the use for its production (hydrogen) of almost entirely renewable energy sources (Photovoltaic, Wind - RES). The hydrogen obtained from the electrolyzers will then be used as a source of energy for steel production. In this way, all regulatory requirements will be met to be eligible under the process of acts delegated by the European Commission of 13-2-2023, and which will be approved by the European Parliament.
> Carbon Emissions across different industries
JedPed, energy and engineering was selected as the strategic business technical consultant by an Polish international agency and business equity entity, to provide services related to the European Carbon Emissions across different industries.
The covered study covered range of industries such as: cement, steel, textile and pharmaceutical production, where the CO2 emissions take an important role in the environmental, social and governance impacts. The need to mitigate the CO2 emissions and energy enveloped in the case of the production sources by renewables and turning more efficient all the global unit, mostly due to the demand power and inherent energy intensive processes.
The consultancy services were driven by the Jedped team and also with the participation of Carlos Moutas a skilled engineer and technician on the thematic of the Renewable Energies assessing and adding key drivers and power insights and has been fully involved addressing the elaboration of the developed project focused on the energy green production backed by renewable energy sources, in the case, the solar and wind energy alongside with hydrogen and storage of fifth generation sodium batteries.
The need to digitalize as well as fully convert some traditional production processes and put them into action in a medium turn whether drive to implement new energy sources to support the electricity and overall energy demand in countries such the Poland along with South Europe for instance in Spain, Portugal and Greece is mandatory to fulfil all the Fit 55 plan approved last year.