HARNESSING INNOVATIVE BEST OF BREED SOULTIONS
Biodegradable waste to energy
Wood pellets, wood chips and other biomass offer a completely sustainable alternative to other fuel sources. Renen use innovative and best in class technology to convert waste biomass into energy as either heat or electricity. Fantastic for spacial heating of large areas like seed nurseries or large water volumes like swimmign pools or hot water solutions for the hospitality or farming industries.
Harnessing the power of nature
Biogas is currently a largely untapped source of Renewable Energy. It is a by-product of waste. Waste that we all contribute to on a daily basis. It has a High Energy Density (ED) in comparison to other Renewable Energy Sources and this, combined with the organic fertiliser by-product, will make this technology increasingly popular in the near future as fossil fuels dwindle and prices sky rocket.
World class high technology
Renen carefully and continually researches a diverse range of products in this ever changing and highly competitive market. We carefully select what we believe are highly efficient, durable and affordable products that not only compliment our unique approach to our composite technology platform, our solar thermal solutions or our off-grid soultions but will exceed your expectations.
FROM OUR BLOG
CONFIGURATION OF 3 X 15KW - NOMINAL SURFACE SOLAR PUMPS In what is believed to be the biggest solar pump system arrangement in South Africa to date, KG ELECTRIC has supplied a 52KWp solar pumping system set at Haakdoringduin and Norekei, about 110km from Upington. The...read more
From Grass in the Field to Fuel in the Hopper: On-Farm Grass Energy is an Opportunity for Farmers Sarah Galbraith, Vermont Bioenergy Initiative July 30, 2014 Farmers and landowners want to lower fuel and feed costs, explore feed and fertilizer co-products, be more...read more
Watchdog backs extra Eskom price hike July 30 2014 at 03:34pm By Reuters Johannesburg - South African power utility Eskom has been given permission to adjust rates next year above the 8 percent increase already granted, the National Energy Regulator (Nersa) said on...read more