Sustainable Technologies/​Future Energy

ThermoTerra harnesses a new type of renewable energy - humidity power - to heat and cool buildings using natural daily humidity fluctuations.

Buildings represent 30% world energy usage, of which 50% is for heating and cooling. Our technology can reduce these energy needs by up to 50%.


TriboFuge (Tribo-electric Centrifuge) harvests water from air by using a unique combination of an electrostatic precipitator and a centrifuge. TriboFuge can in a deserts produce almost limitless water and transform the ever expanding deserts of the World, into vast fertile gardens of incredible agricultural potential.

The conventional refrigeration cycle develops high pressure refrigerant in the condenser that is throttled to a low pressure and temperature for cooling air within an evaporator. This throttling process involves little more than passing the refrigerant through a small orifice interface (or expansion valve).

The Platypus is the first small-scale, low-cost Wave Energy Converter (WEC) designed for coastal emergencies and the desalination of water. The state-of-the-art machine converts ocean wave energy into electricity.

OSC+ collects top- and mid-level oil spills in sea physically. Powered by wind and sun, the pump generates bubbles from seafloor that carry mid-level spill to surface. The top-level spills are collected by water level difference generated by bubbling.

We have Indigenously developed our new innovative technology i.e TMSG-DC-200.

Thermoelectric Module Static generator DC Power TMSG-DC-200 is highly reliable remote power supply unit working with natural gas or propane. TMSG-DC-200 generates electrical power converting directly heat energy into electricity.

A new process introduced by the Rice University lab of chemist James Tour can turn bulk quantities of just about any carbon source into valuable graphene flakes. The process is quick and cheap; Tour said the “flash graphene” technique can convert a ton of coal,

We are increasingly aware of the amount of microfibres – notably microplastics – which are created by washing our clothes and the damage they are doing to marine life. Typically, these microfibres leave our household laundry washing machines and travel to a local waste-water treatment plant (WWTP).

Solar trackers have been used for decades. Trackers aim solar panels to continuously face the sun to maximize the energy captured. Concentrated photovoltaics (CPV), like conventional photovoltaic systems, generate electricity from sunlight. Compared to conventional photovoltaic systems, CPV are more efficient.

Every household is generating a valuable resource. Unfortunately this resource is considered as waste, which is costly to manage and even after treatment still leads to environmental problems. The waste I am talking about is urine. Yes,

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