EHP technology has reshaped the energy sector, with products applicable across multiple industries. The technology is set to lead the next climate change solution using cutting-edge technologies, ergonomics, and best-practice business models. The 2022 World Energy Outlook majorly focused on utilizing all levers of technological change and innovation to drive the transition to net zero emission energy systems.
EHP Technologies’ globally renowned engineers have designed a technology that can be integrated up to 100% with renewable energy sources. Additionally, this technology can be deployed in different devices across multiple industries.
The Application in Radiator Manufacturing
EHP technology is integrated into radiators, making them function efficiently and effectively at unfavorably low temperatures. At these low temperatures, the conventional radiators perform below par. At such low temperatures as 35 degree Celcius, a large portion of globally available renewable and waste energy sources are underutilized. Utilizing such energy sources will undoubtedly help achieve the global decabonisation target. Currently, only EHP-based radiators can access these underutilized energy sources at low temperatures and also help meet the global net zero carbon goal.
EHP in Photo Voltaic Thermal (PVT) Systems
While PVT systems produce electricity from the sun’s rays, they experience a loss of efficiency from heating. To reduce this loss in efficiency, cooling systems are used in the PVT systems. In conventional cooling systems, a large amount of water is circulated behind the panels, which has to use water with huge pumping costs. PVT systems integrated with EHP technology use up to 90% less water, resulting in higher efficiency of up to 28% more electricity production rate with much cheaper pumping costs.
EHP Application in Road Construction
EHP technology can extend the service life of roads and highways by integrating highway heating systems with EHP technology. By this integration, the thermal stresses in these roads and highways are greatly reduced, and they can serve for much longer without deteriorating structural integrity.
The same applies to airport runway heating systems integrated with EHP technology. The technology ensures that these runways are kept clean and safe during snowstorms.
Application in Flight, Space, and Satellite Equipment
All flight equipment cooling systems with EHP have high heat transfer capacity and fast response characteristics. These cooling systems also reliably show full performance in all conditions. This is due to the 3-phase structure of the EHP, and the technology offers high heat conduction even under multi-directional loads.
On the other hand, the space environment has made space engineers design satellites to function in very harsh and difficult conditions. There is usually a high-temperature difference between the sides facing the sun and the back faces. The ability of the EHP to function optimally at high efficiency, even in compact systems, has made it a vital component for satellites.
EHP Technology is deployed across multiple industries, from nuclear power plants to electronic board cooling. The team designed the technology in such a way that there is virtually no industry without the potential to be integrated with EHP. For more details and updates about the technology, kindly visit the website.