"Wave desalination and power plants designed by Ovsyankin"
Commercialization project summary:
To implement our commitments to interact with the UN
program to achieve the goals in the field of Sustainable
Development by 2030, we are commercializing the
technology “Wave desalination and power plants of the
Ovsyankin design”
Promoting sustainable development goals Ovsyankin's Marine Wave Stations
will make a significant contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development
Goals under global climate change.
Climate change is driving significant increases in water consumption in
most countries of the world, according to recent United Nations reports.
(www.un.org/en/sections/issues-depth/water/index.html). The
growing shortage of water resources can only be compensated for by
industrial desalination of seawater.
The existing desalination technologies require high energy consumption,
up to 10 kW per 1m3 of water. The production of one kilowatt of electricity
from hydrocarbons leads to em...
"Wave desalination and power plants designed by Ovsyankin"
Commercialization project summary:
To implement our commitments to interact with the UN
program to achieve the goals in the field of Sustainable
Development by 2030, we are commercializing the
technology “Wave desalination and power plants of the
Ovsyankin design”
Promoting sustainable development goals Ovsyankin's Marine Wave Stations
will make a significant contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development
Goals under global climate change.
Climate change is driving significant increases in water consumption in
most countries of the world, according to recent United Nations reports.
(www.un.org/en/sections/issues-depth/water/index.html). The
growing shortage of water resources can only be compensated for by
industrial desalination of seawater.
The existing desalination technologies require high energy consumption,
up to 10 kW per 1m3 of water. The production of one kilowatt of electricity
from hydrocarbons leads to emissions of 0.5 kg of CO2 into the atmosphere
and, accordingly, up to 5 kg. CO2 per 1m3 of fresh water produced.
Therefore, increasing the production of fresh water by the traditional
desalination method significantly increases CO2 emissions into the
atmosphere and, as a result, accelerates negative climatic changes!
One wave desalination station designed by Ovsyankin, the capacity of which for
the ocean water area is up to 1000 m3 per hour of fresh water, will avoid CO2
emissions in the amount of more than 30,000 tons per year.
Wave desalination and power plants designed by Ovsyankin operate on the basis
of environmentally friendly, renewable energy of sea waves and currents. Wave
stations are an anchored floating vehicle capable of submerging under water to
the required depth during storms, into the zone of action of waves of the design
range and continuing to generate fresh water or electricity.
Concept
The project is based on the use of patented innovative technical solutions
transforming the environmentally friendly, renewable energy of sea waves and
currents to produce fresh water and electricity.
The efficiency of a wave station is ensured by its basic properties, such as:
- the presence of a flexible self-adapting energy-absorbing element, which
changes its shape under the influence of each incident wave, from a flat
longitudinal body to a spatial spiral;
- the design of the station is permeable to waves and has the ability to dive to a
depth, into the zone of acti
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