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Hydro Power Plant showing the energy from water.

Overview of the Energy Conversion System Technology

All innovation passes through three stages:

First it is ridiculed

Second it is violently opposed

Third it is accepted as being self-evident

Arthur Schopenhauer 1788 -1860

The Energy Conversion System utilises Ferro-Silicon Dense Media to create a differential head of water as explained in the ‘How does it work.’  This enables relatively large water pressures to be developed, which, combined with large water flow rates enables a single Energy Conversion System unit to generate up to circa 16MW.

Each unit can be manifolded together, feeding a single large water turbine generator to produce any desired quantity of electricity and reducing capital expenditure.

The major advantage of the Energy Conversion System is its ability to generate 24/7 at full design capacity, irrespective of time or weather.

Energy Conversion System is, in effect, a closed-circuit hydropower station, which, with correct design standards, will have the same longevity as conventional hydro stations.

Energy Conversion System units can be located on Brownfield sites close to power demand centres, e.g., towns and heavy industry, saving on transmission costs, both electrical and capital.

Energy Conversion System units are well suited for large-scale electrical generation and could form a new base load source of power, to replace conventional fossil fuel currently used.

The 24/7 generating capability can be seamlessly switched to the production of Green Hydrogen by water electrolysis in periods of reduced power demand.

For more technical details about Energy Conversion System go to Energy Conversion System How it Works.

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