WHAT ARE POWER INDUSTRIES?
A power plant, also known as a powerhouse or generating station, is an industrial facility that generates electricity.The majority of power plants have one or more generators, which are rotating machines that convert mechanical power into electrical power. An electrical current is produced by the relative motion of a magnetic field and a conductor. The energy source used to power the generator varies greatly.
To generate electricity, most power plants around the world use fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas. Steam turbine generators are also used in fossil-fuel power plants, as are combustion turbines in natural gas-fired plants.The dynamic pressure generated by expanding steam is used to turn the turbine blades in steam turbine plants. This system is used by almost all large non-hydro plants. Steam turbines generate approximately 90% of all-electric power produced in the world.The dynamic pressure from flowing gases (air and combustion products) is used to directly operate the turbine in gas turbine plants. Because natural-gas (and oil-fueled) combustion, turbine plants can start quickly, they are used to supply "peak" energy during times of high demand.
Combined cycle plants include a natural gas-fired gas turbine as well as a steam boiler and steam turbine that generate electricity from the hot exhaust gas from the gas turbine. This greatly improves the plant's overall efficiency, and many new baseloads power plants are natural gas-fired combined cycle plants.
POWER INDUSTRIES NEEDS WATER TREATMENT PLANTS
Water consumption by the power industry is expected to double by 2035 as global consumer demand for energy rises, particularly in China and India.As a result, the power industry requires water treatment solutions that meet emission regulations while making the best use of existing resources.
NETSOL has the experience, in-depth knowledge, and technologies to work with the energy industry to provide dependable, sustainable, and cost-effective desalination and water treatment solutions. NETSOL serves the power and energy industries with advanced SWRO and thermal desalination solutions, as well as cooling tower blowdown treatment solutions. These are all-inclusive solutions that meet the high availability requirements of mission-critical systems. They provide high-quality water at a low operational cost while adhering to stringent environmental regulations such as waste discharge, CO2 emissions, and clean air.
RELIABLE: Using proven thermal and membrane technologies, NETSOL is the industry leader in providing a dependable water source for boiler and cooling tower make-up. Many NETSOL plants have been running continuously for many years with little downtime.
SUSTAINABLE: NETSOL takes an environmentally friendly approach to wastewater effluents and is capable of Zero Liquid Discharge.
ECONOMICAL:NETSOL Solutions provide superior performance while consuming minimal energy and chemicals. To increase cost effectiveness, our plants are designed to deliver higher energy efficiency and lower operation and maintenance costs.
KEY BENEFITS OF NETSOL’S WATER SOLUTIONS
- Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP) and water re-use integrated solutions.
- They are made-up of high-quality design and construction materials that are built to last.
- They are low upkeep, and they have automated design and controls.
- They reduced environmental impact.
- They are fully adaptable to a wide range of water sources and customer needs.