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Wind water pumping

  • SOLAR PUMP FOR WATER

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    Use of solar energy to pump water at the rate of 2.88m3/hr and the depth of the borehole is 56metres deep. Solar driven pump Technology uses the suction pressure principle. Use of solar energy to drive the submerssible water pumps

  • Water resources management

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    Mekorot implements state-of the-art technological solutions and cutting-edge processes that succeeded in maximizing the utilization of Israel’s water resources. The systems include a national network of fully-automated control centres. These centres ensure the continuous functioning of Mekorot’s 3000 water installations including wells pumping stations treatment facilities reservoirs and pipelines. Advanced communications devices provide online real-time information about water quality and water supply while allowing remote control of vital systems.

  • Agricultural development and management

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    The company is involved in establishment and maintenance of water reservoirs drilled water wells water from springs and water systems (pipelines and pumping stations) control systems operating from a distance/remotely controlled systems. Various projects executed by the company are as follows: 1. Establishing 14 flood and stream reservoirs 2. 4 deep wells 3. Maintaining approximately 8000 hectares cultivated area (for various agricultural growers/farmers) 4. Supplying 35 mcm annually 5. Establishing wastewater system and supplying sewage system services

  • Industrial waste treatment Consulting and Engineering Services

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    TAYA is a hybrid technology integrating aspects of process and biochemistry found in intensive systems while maintaining the low maintenance and operational costs associated with wetlands. TAYA technology replaces heavy electro-mechanical wastewater treatment systems by attainting the same effluent quality at a significantly lower cost. The TAYA model calculates pollutant loads oxygen transfer quantities retention times and sludge yield just like activated sludge. The design of the wetland incorporates the filling and draining of subsurface flow basins.

  • Semiconductor Lasers with Doping Gradients in Optical Confinement Areas to Increase Laser Efficiency

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    Current semiconductor lasers are 45 to 50 percent efficient. Lowering the voltage needed for lasing to occur could increase the electrical-to-optical power conversion efficiency significantly. UW–Madison researchers have developed a highly efficient aluminum-free semiconductor light-emitting source that is particularly suited for high-power diode lasers of one-watt continuous wave (CW) output or higher.

  • Photovoltaic Reverse Osmosis System with Thermal Management

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    Problems: 1. Solar panel conversion efficiency decreases with increasing temperature 2. The amount of energy required to desalinate water increases as temperature of the feed water decreases Technology: This invention uses photovoltaic panels (PV) to power reverse-osmosis water filtration. A thermal controller maximizes the clean water produced by a PV/RO system by managing the temperatures of the PV panel and the RO feed water in response to changes in the incoming solar radiation ambient air temperature and source water temperature.

  • Offshore Energy Harvesting Storage and Power Generation System

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    Problem: Intermittency of wind energy supply from wind turbines Technology: This invention is a system for simultaneously anchoring floating offshore energy harvesting machines such as wind turbines and wave energy machines storing excess energy harvested and then generating continuous power to meet baseload demands. It consists of a subsea structure with a chamber that is anchored to the seafloor by either gravity or piles to resist mooring cable loads on the supporting floating structure used for the energy harvesting machines. The chambers are constructed from precast concrete.

  • Public benefits of private technology adoption: The localized spatial externalities of water conservation in eastern Uttar Pradesh

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    With growing pressure on groundwater resources, water-conserving technologies (WCTs) look especially promising as a method of agricultural adaptation and poverty alleviation. While private benefits of WCTs are increasingly understood, public benefits are not as clear as they may seem. Some research has highlighted behavioral responses and diffusion as social consequences of private adoption.

  • Droughts, distress, and policies for drought proofing agriculture in Bihar, India

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    This study was undertaken to assess if various drought-proofing and drought-relief programs are effective in mitigating the impact of droughts on crop production and household consumption in rural Bihar, India. This study is relevant as Bihar has experienced four drought years since 2009. The drought in 2009 led to an increase in the number of poor people in the state from 2004-2005 to 2009-2010, in spite of rapid growth of gross domestic product in this period.

  • Cleaner Production in Glass Sector in Gujarat (India)

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    Glass sector is a major energy consuming sector. Gujarat ( India) is a hub of large scale Glass industries. Cleaner Production assessment was carried out in selected Glass industries of Gujarat with technical study of process, we streams etc. After study, Energy conservation, water conversation, solid waste and liquid waste reduction options were successfully implemented.