As we strive for greener, cleaner low carbon energy solutions, renewable energy sources are becoming an increasing part of energy portfolios.
At BCM Public Relations, we keep abreast of the latest technologies, trends, and challenges across the wide range of renewable energy resources to ensure we can help you position your business where it needs to be.
Whatever technology or service you provide in this exciting energy sector, our experienced writers and renewables PR specialists can help you get your message out loud and clear to the people you need to reach by clearly understanding the media.
We not only understand the renewable market sector, but our experience in green energy means we have the contacts to get your information onto the right websites and publications.
Our services can be tailored to your exact needs and our friendly team will take the time to understand your business and your goals – and then will help you meet them. We will help you grow your brand and your business through careful messaging and positioning in the green energy technology and services sector.
Solar electricity panels, also known as photovoltaics (PV), installed on domestic rooftops capture the sun’s energy and convert it into electricity that can be used in the home. These provide small and highly distributed renewable energy resource.
Solar plants can range in size from as little as around 300kW up to 2.25GW (Bhadla Solar Park, India) with developments in bifacial panels and battery storage helping drive this vital resource.
Using turbines and, well, ‘the wind’, onshore wind power offers the potential for one of the cheapest renewable energy sources. Based on land, however, it faces challenges with remote locations and planning permission.
Although more difficult and expensive than onshore wind farms, offshore wind farms have the benefit of greater wind abundance and consistency. Many farms tend to be in shallower waters but advances in floating wind turbine technology may open this resource much further.
There is growing interest in generating “green” hydrogen from renewable energy particularly wind using PEM electrolysis make an important contribution to the global energy transition. The technology is likely to accelerate stimulated by government incentives.
Converting the energy from tides into electricity, tidal energy is not yet widely used but is a good potential for future electricity generation
As countries move away from high-polluting fossil fuels such as coal and oil, biomass offers an interesting alternative. Although there are downsides (burning organic waste still produces CO2), biomass has huge potential as a large source of renewable energy – and it feeds of waste that may otherwise go to landfill!
Essentially operating in the same way as a coal-fired power plant, geothermal plants, whether they use dry steam, flash steam, or binary cycle, essentially use the Earth’s internal heat for fuel.