Environmental technology and renewable energy
Our environmental technology and renewable energy sources training systems reimagine the traditional approaches to training, from the need to understand the base science to how, for example, location and environmental issues affect the ability of a renewable energy source to work. They translate theory into hands-on equipment that introduces practical, understandable learning for water management specialists and wind and solar energy system technicians.
WIND & SOLAR POWER
Solar/Wind Energy Training System
Explores sunlight and wind as energy sources
Pitch Hub Training Systems (Electrical or Hydraulic)
Hands-on training for real-world operation and maintenance situations
The Geothermal Training System replicates every subsystem in real geothermal home energy installations
EDS® Solar Thermal Training System
Complete solar hot-water heating system,…
Basic Renewable Energy Training System
In-depth coverage of basic renewable energy systems, while also covering the prerequisites for this field using the same equipment
Home Energy Production Training System
Combines a modular design approach with computer-based data acquisition and control to provide unrivaled training in home energy production systems
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Training System
Ideal for teaching the basic engineering principles of fuel cell systems
The production of energy using renewable natural resources such as wind, sunlight, rain, tides, geothermal heat, etc., has gained much importance in recent years as it is an effective means of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Understanding the core processes of the water cycle
Water is an essential part of most areas of human life. This includes water in the form of drinking water or service water, as well as water used to generate electrical power. Water management systems are complex and require vigilant operation, as the applications have far-reaching effects on humans as well as on the environment. Our EDS® for Water Management training systems offer practical exercises and experiments that enable close, detailed analyses of the individual process steps in water management systems, and illustrate how changes in one area can affect the whole system.