PYRDAN Energy Inc. enters into the Renewable & Clean Energy Market

Posted on 6th April 2016 in News

PYRDAN Energy Inc. is expanding its operations by entering in the the Renewable Energy Market. Solar Energy, Wind Energy and Geothermal Energy are some of the domains of interest.

Along with turnkey systems in the above domains, PYRDAN Energy provides consulting, education and training in Renewable Energy and Clean Energy.

Recent projects include training in the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) with Excel Career College and Douglas College in British Columbia – Canada.

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Posted on 1st July 2015 in News

PYRDAN Energy Inc. is planing on opening an European branch in western Romania close to Timisoara in the city of Giroc by the name PYRDAN Energy SRL.

We will keep you updated when the company is established and functioning.

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Induction lights VS. LED lights

Posted on 13th October 2014 in News

By now, it is evident that we are facing an energy problem – while our primary sources of energy are running out, the demand for energy is continuously increasing.  In the face of this situation, energy-efficient lighting systems have become a hot topic.  Energy for lighting can consume between 60% (in educational settings) and 31% (in retail store applications) of an organizations electricity budget.
As the cost of energy rises, people are seeking ways in which to reduce energy consumption.  The main reason is financial, but the specter of Global Warming (climate change) and respect for the environment by reducing CO2 emissions, also plays a role.

The two leading contenders for energy efficient industrial and commercial lighting applications are Magnetic Induction Lamps (also called Induction Lights) and Light Emitting Diodes (LED) lighting.  This paper compares the current state of these two lighting technologies and demonstrates, scientifically, that Induction Lighting is the best, and most energy efficient choice, for a wide range of applications. Read more…

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How magnetic induction lamp works

Posted on 12th October 2013 in News

Magnetic induction lamps are basically fluorescent lamps with electromagnets wrapped around a part of the tube, or inserted inside the lamp. In external inductor lamps, high frequency energy, from the electronic ballast, is sent through wires, which are wrapped in a coil around the ferrite inductor, creating a powerful magnet. Read more…

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Energy for Lighting

Posted on 12th October 2011 in Statistics

The total amount of energy used in the industrial and commercial sector in, for example, Canada varies by building types with a high of 34% in offices to a low of 6% in warehouses [1] Taking NAFTA and EU lighting energy figures into consideration, the variation is from 47% in offices to 10% in manufacturing and heavy industry.
Estimates for the percentage of energy used in lighting in the commercial and industrial sector range from 13% [2] to 15% [3] of total energy consumption.  Reducing the amount of energy used for lighting by 40 to 50% would offer considerably savings both in energy costs and associated environmental impact. Read more…

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Case Study

Posted on 12th October 2010 in Statistics

The City of St. Petersburg is the 4th largest city in the State of Florida serving a population of 248,232. St. Petersburg was designated as the first city in the state to become a “Green City” by the Florida Green Building Coalition (FGBC).
Recently, the City has worked with Resource Efficiency Solutions, Inc. (RES) to identify and implement quick payback Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) as summarized in the rest of this document. Read more…

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LED Tube Bulbs

Posted on 11th October 2010 in News

While the initial cost per bulb is still high, the total lifetime cost of an LED light bulb is actually much lower than that of equivalent incandescent and CFL bulbs. Taking into consideration energy costs as well as time and resources required to replace shorter-lived incandescent and CFL bulbs, an LED bulb that lasts 80,000 hours has a much lower lifetime cost. Read more…

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