POWER IN GREEN
Sustainable, Reliable Energy of the Future – Across the Globe
Because we care so much about our planet, and you, welcome to the future of energy, today.
CHAMCO POWER & TRANSMISSION
Our Power and Transmission arm is a joint global effort with renowned energy institutions to develop all types of sustainable power and energy projects including renewable energies, researching, and investing in high new energy technologies and projects. We generate electricity from solar, wind and garbage, and natural gas powered plants with greater efficiency and return on investment (ROI) half that of coal powered plants due to negative cost of fuel.
Chamco Renewable Energy Process
At Chamco, we understand that access to affordable, reliable energy is key to economic development, as there is a direct link between having electricity and living standards. As such, and together with our strategic partners, we go above and beyond in ensuring generation of electricity from solar, garbage, wind, natural gas, geothermal and biogas sources. These sustainable energy methods not only dramatically increases the Return on Investment (RoI) for the host nation, but also meets the strict requirements of global Environmentalists.
Solar Energy involves the conversion of sunlight to electricity. Sunlight can be converted directly into electricity using photovoltaics (PV). A solar cell, or photovoltaic cell (PV), is a device that converts light into electric current using the photoelectric effect. This is based on the discovery by Alexandre-Edmond Becquerel who noticed that some materials release electrons when hit with rays of photons from light, which produces an electrical current. Solar energy is not available at night, making energy storage an important issue in order to provide the continuous availability of energy.
Natural gas is a fossil energy source that formed deep beneath the earth’s surface and contains many different compounds. The largest component of natural gas is methane, a compound with one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms (CH4), while also containing smaller amounts of natural gas liquids (NGL, which are also hydrocarbon gas liquids; and non-hydrocarbon gases, such as carbon dioxide and water vapor. Liquefied natural gas (LNG), which is one of our company’s core is a natural gas that has been cooled to a liquid state (liquefied), at about -260° Fahrenheit, for shipping and storage. This liquefaction process, makes it possible to use natural gas as a transportation fuel.
Waste to Power
City wastes that are costly to dispose, are handled in the most environmental friendly manner on the site to generate electricity and produce fertilizer and construction material. This unit uses Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), even garbage with as low as 800 Kcal/Kg and moisture content of up to 50%. The raw garbage is turned into RDF (Refused Derived Fuel) pellet. The pellets together with 30% auxiliary fuels such as gas, coal, rice husk, etc., at our specially designed boiler, produces heat for steam turbine to run electric generator.
From the Greek words geo (earth) and therme (heat), geothermal energy is heat from within the Earth. We can recover this heat as steam or hot water and use it to heat buildings or generate electricity. As geothermal energy is generated in the Earth’s core, it is a renewable energy source because the heat is continuously produced inside the Earth. Naturally occurring large areas of hydrothermal resources are called geothermal reservoirs. Most geothermal reservoirs are deep underground with no visible clues showing above ground. But geothermal energy sometimes finds its way to the surface in the form of: Volcanoes and fumaroles, Hot springs and Geysers.
Wind is a form of solar energy caused by the uneven heating of the atmosphere by the sun, the irregularities of the earth’s surface, and rotation of the earth. Wind flow patterns are modified by the earth’s terrain, bodies of water, and vegetation. Humans use this wind flow, or motion energy, for many purposes: sailing, flying a kite, and even generating electricity. Wind energy or wind power describes the process by which wind is used to generate mechanical power or electricity. Wind turbines convert the kinetic energy in the wind into mechanical power. This mechanical power can be used for specific tasks as grinding grain or pumping water, or a generator can convert this mechanical power into electricity.
Biogas is a fuel gas made from biomass such as feces, food waste, grass and straw etc. during the anaerobic fermentation process. Biogas contains about 55% – 70% methane (CH4), and some carbon dioxide, water, hydrogen, carbon monoxide and hydrogen sulfide (H2S). The heat value of biogas is 5142 Kcal/m3. Conditions needed for biogas production are: Strict absence of Oxygen; Temperature between 8 – 65 Deg. C. Higher the temperature the more active methane bacteria, and the higher biogas production; and Neutral or slightly Alkaline environment, a pH value between 6.8 and 7.5