Energy Technologies

In the current energy sector the predominant driving force changing the entire landscape is the development of cost-effective emerging energy technologies. The development of many of these technologies is a threat to the current business models of traditional energy entities including electric utilities, electric generation companies, energy fuel markets, and others. The staggering and rapid pace of these developments has accelerated over the last few years and promises to be very disruptive. Our knowledge of these technologies includes:

  • Conventional Technologies

    • Steam Boilers

    • Gas Turbines

    • Combined Cycle Power Plants

    • Small Nuclear Reactors (SMRs)

    • Cogeneration

    • Bulk Power System Operations

  • Unconventional Technologies

    • Solar

    • Wind

    • Geothermal

    • Biomass

    • Oil Sands

    • Oil Shale

  • Transformative Technologies

    • Microgrids

    • Battery and Fuel Cell Technologies

    • Aggregation of Distributed Energy Resources

    • Management of Intermittent Resources

    • Power to Gas Technology Strategies

    • Hydrogen as an Energy Carrier

    • Carbon Capture and Storage

    • Microgen Combined Heat & Power

    • Advanced Combustion

    • Solid State Transformers