Traditional energy, generated by the combustion of natural gas, carbon, fuel oil, is defined as non-renewable energy being that it originates from deposits of finite size and quantity.
It would take millions of year for those the same geological phenomena to replenish these deposits and therefore is obvious that their depletion will leave humanity with no energy resources.
From the perspective of sustainable development, it is therefore important to search for new “alternative” energy sources such as the sun, the wind, sea, biomass, biogas, and geothermal energy.
SIAT is involved in the development of projects to use renewable sources starting from the feasibility study stage, an essential occasion to evaluate the true capacities of the plant selected with respect to the environmental conditions in which it is placed. SIAT assists its customers during all stages of the plant design and construction, including all the administrative duties to obtain access to public economic incentives.
In particular, SIAT has accrued considerable experience in the following fields:
- Photovoltaic energy
- Energy from landfill biogas.