Thermoelectic Generator (TEG) PV Hybrid System
The Most Reliable Offshore Transitional Energy Solution Available
Reducing environmental footprint is at the forefront of today’s energy transition as we drive towards achieving carbon neutrality. Selecting a power system that can reduce its impact on the environment without sacrificing reliability, safety, and production uptime is paramount.
There are several factors that lead to remote power requirements for an offshore platform. Perhaps the most evident is the distance from shore and the adverse weather conditions that can occur. These factors make site access challenging, time-consuming and costly. For these reasons, critical equipment is selected to safely monitor and control on-platform processes, and for this equipment to work, it requires a reliable source of power.
Traditional offshore solar power systems do offer 100% renewable energy and zero carbon emissions; however, these systems face operational challenges and are limited to specific installation locations on the platform which can affect system availability. Alternatively, gas and or diesel gensets can generate significantly more power in a much smaller space when compared to solar but produce high carbon emissions and have a much shorter design and service life resulting in higher operational costs. TEG/PV Hybrid systems offer an optimum balance of power availably with minimal footprint while producing significantly fewer carbon emissions.
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