Water and Energy - Zero Emission
As water is inseparable from man, water and energy are also inseparable. Taken separately, water and energy are important vectors of economic development that have traditionally been regulated and managed separately. However, water and energy are interdependent: we use water for energy and we use energy for water. Outside the last decade, the importance of this link has been recognized internationally. This is now an essential element in the discussions on the concept of the green economy derived from renewable energies (RnE).
Also, renewable energy sources, which are best suited to large-scale, permanent green energy (Zero Emission) production, are hydro and ocean energy and, in particular, geothermal energy, which is a forgotten giant between RnE, used by o’deep desalination / o’deep H2. These RnE are characterized by high power and continuous energy flow, which allows better yields of low-cost green electric power compared to other forms of RnE (discontinuous energy flow such as solar or wind power for example).
Its applications are, without producing greenhouse gases:
- the production of non-conventional water,
- the production of electricity and
- the production of green hydrogen and of green ammonia with o’deep H2.
The objects are:
- to achieve considerably lower production costs than today,
- to facilitate access to water and energy,
- to replace fossil fuels (gas or oil) in order to save them for economic sectors, which, until today, depend completely on the use of fossil energies,
- to develop significantly job creation in this new market of seawater desalination and renewable energy and
- to develop industrial and farming activities requiring large quantities of water and sustainable energy at low cost.