Asia-Pacific Energy Group
Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) is a
technology for generating electricity by using the
temperature difference between the warm surface
water and the cold deep water in the ocean. This
temperature dierence drives a thermodynamic
cycle, which converts it to electricity. OTEC has the potential to become one of the leading renewable energy technologies in the near future.
Warm Surface Water
Cold Deep Water [1km]
Ecoparks host and incubate industries like seawater air-conditioning, desalination, seawater cooled greenhouses and aquaculture all working in industrial symbiosis. Ecoparks are tailored and designed to meet specific locations and provide a setting conducive to innovation and economic growth.
Advanced Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion technology for economically competitive OTEC electricity production.
Deep seawater cooling solutions for air conditioning enabling significant energy savings up to 90%.
Fresh water production by means of innovative thermal desalination techniques.
Covering seventy percent of our globe, the oceans are the largest solar collectors and can provide a vast amount of clean and renewable energy, day and night all year round. Ocean Thermal Energy is destined to become the leading source of renewable energy worldwide.