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Kerry T Kalarney: Portable renewable energy system enclosure. The Powerpod Corporation, Christie Parker & Hale, August 22, 2000: US06106970 (14 worldwide citation)

A portable enclosure for housing a renewable energy system and for use with an energy-generating system is provided. The enclosure comprises a container having side walls, a bottom wall, an open top, and a dividing wall that divides the inside of the container into first and second compartments, bot ...


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Kodjo Agbossou, Tapan K Bose, Sousso Kelouwani, Rémy Simard: Control system for a renewable energy system. C Marc Benoît, Ogilvy Renault, January 6, 2004: US06674263 (14 worldwide citation)

A renewable energy (RE) system is disclosed which comprises an energy source providing unit, a DC bus, a buck converter, an hydrogen generator, an hydrogen storage, an energy conversion device, a boost converter, a DC to AC converter, and a monitoring system.


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Mahmoud Bahy Noureldin: Energy efficient apparatus employing energy efficient process schemes providing enhanced integration of gasification-based multi-generation and hydrocarbon refining facilities and related methods. Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Bracewell, Constance G Rhebergen, Christopher L Drymalla, February 7, 2017: US09562201 (12 worldwide citation)

Energy-efficient gasification-based multi-generation apparatus, facilities, or systems, and methods of modifying existing gasification-based multi-generation apparatus and the various conventional thermal coupling arrangements, are provided. Apparatus for managing waste heat recovery through integra ...


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William Lowell Kelly: Apparatus for hydroelectric power production expansion. Diller Ramik & Wight, January 20, 2009: US07478974 (12 worldwide citation)

Normally hydroelectric dam powerhouses use river flow once before discharging it as turbulent tailwater, ineffective to spin turbines. The present invention uses tapered channels to confine and constrict turbulent tailwater into laminar flow that drives turbines both submersible and floatable utiliz ...


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Miles Alexander Lyell Kirby, Virginia Walker Keating, Matthew Stuart Grob, Michael Mangan, Joel Bernarte: Wireless power from renewable energy. QUALCOMM Incorporated, Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear, February 24, 2015: US08963486 (12 worldwide citation)

Exemplary embodiments are directed to wireless charging. A charging system may comprise at least one power generation system configured to convert renewable energy to another form of energy and convey the another form of energy. The charging system may further include at least one transmit antenna c ...


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Daniel Constantine Gregory, Lawrence H Alesi, J Adam Crain: Distributed hybrid renewable energy power plant and methods, systems, and comptuer readable media for controlling a distributed hybrid renewable energy power plant. Green Energy Corporation, Jenkins Wilson Taylor & Hunt P A, September 4, 2012: US08260469 (12 worldwide citation)

The subject matter described herein includes a distributed hybrid renewable energy power plant. One exemplary hybrid renewable energy power plant includes a plurality of renewable energy power generation sources that are distributed over a geographic area. A plurality of grid interface boxes connect ...


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Antolin Du Bois: Rapid response portable hybrid emergency energy generator. October 26, 2010: US07821147 (12 worldwide citation)

A portable, tow-able, buoyant hybrid renewable energy platform for producing and storing electrical energy using wind, water, and solar power, or a combination of these methods. Included on this platform is a wind turbine that semi-detaches to become a water turbine, if necessary. A small fuel backu ...


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Thirthahalli A Shenoy, John C Tao: Natural gas depressurization power recovery and reheat. Air Products and Chemicals, Geoffrey L Chase, J C Simmons, E E Innis, July 7, 1987: US04677827 (12 worldwide citation)

A process is described for the recovery of net power during the depressurization of natural gas from high pressure pipeline conditions to low pressure end user conditions wherein the natural gas is rewarmed to a relatively warm temperature greater than 35.degree. F. using renewable energy and ambien ...


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Doty F David: Hydrocarbon and alcohol fuels from variable, renewable energy at very high efficiency. Doty Scientific, Doty F David, OPPEDAHL Carl, September 25, 2008: WO/2008/115933 (12 worldwide citation)

A Renewable Fischer Tropsch Synthesis (RFTS) process produces hydrocarbons and alcohol fuels from wind energy, waste CO2 and water. The process includes (A) electrolyzing water to generate hydrogen and oxygen, (B) generating syngas in a reverse water gas shift (RWGS) reactor, (C) driving the RWGS re ...


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Auner Norbert: (De) Verfahren zur herstellung von silicium aus halogensilanen, (En) Method for production of silicon from silyl halides. Rev Renewable Energy Ventures, Auner Norbert, DABRINGHAUS Marc, November 30, 2006: WO/2006/125425 (12 worldwide citation)

(EN) The invention relates to a method for production of silicon from silyl halides. In a first step the silyl halide is converted to a polysilane with creation of a plasma discharge which is subsequently decomposed to give silicon by heating in a second step.(DE) Die vorliegende Erfindung betrifft ...



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