Nowadays, people produce electricity in two ways: the conventional way - by burning coal, gas or other fossil fuels - and by using renewable energy. In both cases, all of the electricity produced has to be fed into the grid by feeding into power lines. This approach is not energy efficient, because consumers do not consume all of the energy on the grid, but only some of it. The unused portion is a huge loss in the size of humanity as a whole.

Today, two-thirds of all energy consumed by humanity is lost as heat. Scientists have always looked for a way to convert this heat loss into usable energy as efficiently as possible. The team has succeeded in solving this technical challenge. Over the last few years, ADGEX has been working on technology to convert exhaust gas energy into an additional source of energy. As a result of this work, our specialists have come up with an alternative method of converting heat into mechanical energy and electrical current. We estimate that the method developed by the AGEX team is much more efficient than existing thermoelectric generators on the market.

The method developed by AGEX enables us to convert the stored heat into just the right amount of energy, i.e. we can convert the heat into electricity as and when required in an environmentally friendly way. The technological solution being developed by ADGEX, which involves collecting, storing and converting heat into clean energy, offers humanity the very latest approach to future energy logistics. ADGEX has every chance of becoming one of the world's leading companies in a new and highly efficient method of generating electricity and playing a key role in the transition to a back-up energy source.

In testing and developing the new technology, ADGEX takes a holistic approach to the technology as a whole - from the storage and distribution of heat to the conversion of heat into electrical and mechanical energy right at the point of use. The results obtained by our team of scientists are the following tried and tested methods and mechanical devices:

  • • A compressor that enables high efficiency conversion of heat from low-calorie to high-calorie heat.
  • • A thermal accumulator capable of storing high-calorie heat, storing it for a long time and which can be transported over any distance.
  • • A new generation of rotary motors that can convert heat into useful mechanical work and electric current.

We would also like to highlight an applied market problem which ADGEX was able to solve, namely the utilisation and collection of low-calorific heat emitted into the atmosphere today. For example, this is parasitic heat generated by servers of large data centres and mining farms, bakeries and bakeries, etc. For example, recall that computers in the process of mining cryptocurrencies emit more than 23 million tons of carbon dioxide per year, which equals the carbon footprint of a small country. Scientists and environmentalists have calculated that mining could cause the average temperature of the Earth to rise by 2 degrees Celsius. AGEX could, in the near future, collect such "environmentally harmful heat" and convert it into useful and clean energy.

In summary, the new ADGEX technology is a new reality of our times, making it possible to collect and store excess heat in heat accumulators and, as needed, convert that heat into energy right at the point of use, including vehicles right in motion: cars, trams and locomotives. This is the latest and completely environmentally friendly method of generating energy from a renewable source, which is heat.

It fits in perfectly with the cooperation between our greenBLAZE systems for processing organic waste from human activity - the heat generated by the greenBLAZE processors can be collected in a thermal storage medium, which can then be transported to the users, set up energy storage facilities if necessary, and converted directly into mechanical and electrical energy. In this case, our thermal accumulators will occupy relatively small area and can store more energy than existing batteries per 1 kg of weight or volume unit.

In our assessment, the relevance of the ADGEX opening against the background of the worldwide growing trend of energy transition to environmentally friendly technologies is simply invaluable.

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