Through providing valuable engineering analysis and reports for the Pebble Bed and Intermediate Heat Exchange (IHX) nuclear reactors systems we have gained extensive experience that makes us a valuable partner in future nuclear reactor projects.
For the past 5 years, wind energy has been growing at a rate of over 200% thanks to technological innovations and operational improvements.
With one of our principal engineers, Michael Costen, holding a patent for the invention of a lightweight low-cost solar collector we have extensive experience with the design and analysis of solar technologies.
As the mainstay for generating electricity, it has been advancements in fossil fuels that have done the most to reduce CO2 emissions in the US. Specifically the advancement of the drilling and extraction technology best known as fracking.
Hydroelectric power is the most widely used renewable energy in the world accounting for 17% of energy production worldwide. Hydropower is one of our oldest sources of energy, used to power our first mills by harnessing the power of rivers. Since the early years of hydropower, engineers have been working to improve how we harness and use this readily available energy.