Asia-Pacific Energy Group
 
OTEC

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.
OTEC benefits
OTEC principle
Turbine
Condeser
Generator
Pump
Evaporator
Working Fluid
Warm Surface Water
Cold Deep Water [1km]
Ecopark benefits
Ecopark

​​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.

Technology

​OTEC

Advanced Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion technology for economically competitive OTEC electricity production.



​Seawater cooling

Deep seawater cooling solutions for air conditioning enabling significant energy savings up to 90%.


​Desalination

Fresh water production by means of innovative thermal desalination techniques.
Global resource
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.
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