Equis is developing large scale bioenergy power generation projects. Bioenergy is a type of power generation from steam or gas driven turbines. Steam or gas is generated from organic matter, such as purposely grown energy crops, wood residues or pellets, waste from food crops or food processing.
Equis is developing projects which provide alternative waste solutions, providing environmentally friendly solutions to waste management. Projects include closed-loop recycling infrastructure ecosystems which will re-purpose and re-use waste through integrated sorting, crushing, shredding, recycling, incineration, energy-from-waste, and landfill infrastructure. Equis is evaluating energy-from-waste and waste infrastructure projects across the Asia-Pacific region.
Equis is focused on developing small-scale binary and large-scale flash geothermal projects. Geothermal energy is produced using heat from deep within the earth’s surface, brought to the surface through the extraction of water from aquifers. The steam or hot water from these aquifers power an electrical generator, in turn producing energy.
Equis is developing utility-scale solar projects, hybrid solar projects and solar and battery storage microgrid systems across the Asia-Pacific region, and is also evaluating on-shore and off-shore wind projects.
Equis is also developing standalone and integrated Energy Storage Systems (ESS). ESS fosters energy efficiency and stability of electric power supply through storing generated electricity in a storage system (battery) and discharging it to meet demand. Energy storage is rapidly being adopted by various applications and leading the paradigm shift in the energy sector.