Leading the fashion and low carbon life is the goal of new energy

get smart about energy: make fossil fuels water under the bridge

by:NULITE     2019-09-13
So far, we should all know that global warming is slowly boiling our planet.
We also understand that a long list of human activities is the main cause of this phenomenon, and our insatiable thirst for energy is the primary cause of this phenomenon.
However, our current solution lags behind rising temperatures and the resulting climate change.
Renewable energy is only half the solution to global warming.
The other half is energy efficiency.
Our housing, retail and production systems waste a lot of energy in the form of overheating.
How do we cut waste?
The answer is simple: water;
Smart hot water grid.
When we think about future energy systems, we usually only think about electricity.
The smart grid we envision can integrate and deliver power for different purposes, such as powering household appliances and commercial buildings, or charging electric vehicles.
What the power grid cannot do is greatly reduce the amount of energy wasted by energy sources.
This is where the twins of the grid-the smart hot water grid-work.
The idea is to raise the area heating to a new level.
Think about it: today, the supermarket produces a lot of excess heat to keep the 24/7 freezer, the factory has 24/7 stove heating, and various industrial sites need cooling or heating, as long as the energy is constantly released.
This heat is simply released in the air, which means we are heating the birds;
They don\'t need or want the temperature to change.
We can keep the excess heat and allocate it by redirecting it to where it is needed.
Buildings, supermarkets and factories can exchange excess heat and cooling directly with each other and cater to residential buildings.
All we need is a distribution system.
The beauty is that most countries already have all the energy they need for heating and cooling-they just can\'t redistribute.
Smart hot water grid can do this. And much more.
By expanding and integrating existing regional heating infrastructure, one will be able to take advantage of any excess heat generated by wasted energyg.
From the production of electric power, chemical plants, commercial and industrial places, refrigeration systems and other aspects of large-scale production.
It does not stop because research has shown that adding renewable energy to this water supply system becomes both cheap and effective once it is in place.
Infiltration, solar energy, geothermal energy can be attached, and giant heat pumps can recover the energy of floods, biofuels, and incineration plants.
In theory, the road to improving energy efficiency is sustainable development.
Higher efficiency means less fuel needed to generate a given energy, which in turn means lower cost for suppliers and lower price for customers.
At the same time, the power grid has created new jobs for the design, construction and management of new energy infrastructure.
Last but not least, lower consumption will pave the way for greater energy independence, thus paving the way for energy security.
If we could get all the heat we need from our own surplus, who would want a lot of Russian gas?
When we can integrate unlimited renewable energy in the smart grid, who needs a lot of Middle East oil?
At this point, someone may still be wondering why we need the smart grid, what exactly do I mean by the \"smart\" grid.
The problem with most renewable sources is their volatility.
The sun is not always shining, and the wind is not always blowing.
That\'s why, if we want to rely on renewable energy, we need intelligent systems that can integrate and coordinate different energy sources on a large scale so that others can automatically compensate when an energy source is scarce or unavailable.
In Europe, some companies are already developing part of this vision on a large scale, and a unique smart energy system project is currently being launched in Copenhagen.
Europe\'s leading position in energy efficiency is not accidental, as the Heat wasted in the old continent today exceeds the heat needed to heat all its buildings. A pan-
The European Smart hot water grid will have a huge impact on the environment and economy of the world\'s largest market.
In order to adopt clean and efficient energy systems worldwide, we need to support the development and implementation of these systems at the political level-in fact, at the international high leveldown decisions.
The regional heating market generally lacks regulations to ensure transparency and protect customers from unfair pricing (
London is a good example).
In addition, despite the talk of climate change and green energy, our governments are still supporting the consumption of fossil fuels.
Global subsidies for fossil fuels reached an incredible $5 in 2015.
3tn-$10 per minute!
The efficiency that can be achieved with this funding and the research and development scope of renewable energy is simple --blowing.
In order to save the planet, political leaders must act immediately to ensure that we reuse and regenerate the energy we all need in a sustainable way.
In all the discussions about smart grid and electrified, water is a faster and cheaper way.
When it comes to energy, the smart hot water grid is the most efficient and easily overlooked power grid. idea out there.
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