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VEPOWER ready for implementation of two sustainable, renewable energy, high-efficiency power plants in the UK

Sustainable energy company VEPOWER Limited has completed its plans to implement its 50MW and entry level urban power plants. The designs look to promise ultra high efficiencies in excess of 83%, a super low carbon footprint for the energy supplied and a minimal visual impact on the site.

The plants will utilise a combination of the latest proven technologies to reduce energy wastage. A normal diesel engine wastes >50% of the energy from the fuel as heat radiated from the cooling and lubrication or engine block and as heat in the exhaust gases. VEPOWER is employing a combination of solutions to reduce this waste to an absolute minimum.

Run of the mill power stations burn copious amounts of fossil fuels (mainly gas and coal in the UK) to generate electricity. VEPOWER’s plants will consume recovered organic waste carefully blended with small amounts of specially cultivated sustainable energy crops (a ‘third generation bio-fuel’, not biodiesel). Since the plants which yielded this fuel were consuming carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere mere months previous, the plants will not emit gases that may contribute to global warming.

VEPOWER’s engineers are developing the 50MW plant building design to have a minimal profile. With the building sculpted into the landscape, the roof will be turfed with native grasses and added wild flowers. As the preferred site is classed as a ‘brown field site’ with the remnants of industry in situ the designs offer a regeneration of the environment for the plot’s neighbours.

 
Take note:
  • VEPOWERexpects ultra high efficiencies in excess of 83%.

  • VEPOWER is employing a combination of solutions to reduce this waste to an absolute minimum.

  • VEPOWER’s engineers are developing the 50MW plant building design to be sculpted into the landscape, the roof will be turfed with native grasses and added wild flowers.