Diversified energy is the future of humanity.

Diversified Energy is the future of humanity.
Electric energetics systems in the world are built on the principle of centralization. Large power plants on natural gas, coal, radioactive substances. The cleanest are gas power plants, but are a huge source of CO2 emissions. Power plants on radioactive substances pollute the world with radiation and substances that are dangerous to human health. Coal-fired power plants in general can be called murderous for the environment due to huge emissions of both CO2 and harmful substances.

Renewable energy gives humanity hope for the future. The energy of the sun and wind does not bring harmful emissions, but is not constant. Biomass energy, which is converted into electricity through biogas production or direct combustion, allows you to fill the energy balance of enterprises and individuals, complementing the energy of the sun, wind, land. 

The use of inertial systems for accumulating electrical energy based on capacitive batteries (the first such project is implemented by the company of innovator Elon Musk in Australia) changes the very structure of electrical systems, allowing it to be made more flexible and efficient.

The use of a combination of inertial systems for accumulating electrical energy with "green" power plants allows us to solve the problem that companies with high-voltage distribution electrical networks prefer to keep silent about, namely, harmful to the biosphere of the planet (and people as its component) radiation of power lines with a voltage above 3 Art.

Low-power biomass power plants (0.5 MW – 10 MW) also have a number of advantages that can be implemented in the decentralized energy system, namely
1) the possibility of utilization of energy production waste at power plants - CO2 - the use of carbon dioxide for the operation of compact urban (suburban) farms, which increases their efficiency in growing various types of vegetables;
2) the possibility of operating the power plant in the mode of trigeneration, namely the production of electrical energy, as well as thermal energy produced in the process of generating electricity as "production wastes", to produce thermal energy (for space heating - water radiators or air heating systems and hot water production) in the cold season or refrigeration energy in the heat (for air conditioning systems - air heating systems);
3) the possibility of utilization of solid biomass combustion products – use for fertilizers for the operation of compact urban (suburban) farms;
4) the ability to use as fuel the organic component of human waste in conjunction with local biomass (from waste sorting enterprises);
5) simplicity in reliable provision of biomass power plants using road transport (a small radius of biomass delivery increases the economic efficiency of energy production), with such an additional advantage as the ability to use fully electric trucks to deliver biomass to the power plant.

In the aggregate of the network of biomass power plants, the network of a power plant for solar and wind energy with inertial systems for accumulating electrical energy, we get:
1) the possibility of a significant reduction in the cost of electrical networks, since the need for expensive high-voltage electrical lines will decrease by 2-3 times;
2) the ability to abandon numerous lines of natural gas supply for domestic needs, which is especially important in areas prone to seismic activity (as well as increases the anti-terrorist security of residential areas);
3) the ability to receive even cheaper electrical (as well as thermal energy or cold energy) energy for the population and small and medium-sized enterprises;
4) a noticeable reduction in CO2 emissions into the atmosphere of the planet;
5) reduction of environmental pollution by radio waves emitting high voltage power lines;
6) additional increase in the reliability of energy supply to the population and enterprises inherent in decentralized systems.

As the most important element of such an energy supply system of the future, we are engaged in the completion of compact three-generation biomass power plants with biomass decomposition in pyrolysis boilers, which allows utilizing contaminated and partially toxic biomass. The 100 kW unit successfully worked for 13 months at full load, showing the effectiveness of our developments in the purification of pyrolysis gases (the main problem of such installations). The next step is units for 500 kW and 2.5 MW, on the basis of which it will be possible to create compact power plants up to 30 MW of electrical power for power supply systems. The relevance of our trigenerators is increasing due to climate change, as protection from heat is becoming increasingly relevant. Also, our three-generators will be especially relevant for African countries and countries with hot climates.

Public organization "Sustainable Development Fund of Ukraine" makes efforts to optimize and decarbonize the energy sector of our country through participation in the modernization of the energy component of enterprises and organizations and the implementation of energy resource saving projects.