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LYMPHATE INFRA PRIVATE LIMITED

         Phone: +91 7602196232

 

         Email: info@lymphate.com

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RENEWABLE ENERGY

Lymphate’s energy team provides expertise on the full spectrum of renewable technologies. Onshore and offshore wind energy, solar energy, thermal and bioenergy, and hydropower play leading roles in the renewable power sources of the future. We collaborate with clients to develop alternatives to diminishing fossil fuels and to combat the dangers of climate change. We have a diverse portfolio of renewable energy projects where we have helped identify, establish, and minimize risks for our clients. 

 

We provide innovative solutions to speed up the widespread deployment of cost effective renewable energy technologies as diverse as offshore wind, hydroelectricity, biomass and waste to energy, solar, tidal, and decentralised energy.

Wind Energy

As onshore and offshore wind energy development continues to expand, our specialists can objectively assess any potential investment in this area and harness the full potential for wind generation

 

Our multidisciplinary offshore team can support projects from initial concept to completion and beyond. Our expertise covers investment appraisal, due diligence, site constraints, resource assessment, preliminary design, supply chain appraisal, stakeholder engagement, marine ecological survey, layout and foundation design, geotechnical and geophysical survey, design certification, verification, and health and safety. Acting as the client’s engineer, we have the technical expertise to take them through to the operations and maintenance phase of projects.

 

Waste to Energy

Recovering energy from residual waste that cannot be recycled is a cornerstone in any integrated resource management system. In a world with a growing population and consumption there is a pressing need to use our resources in the best possible way. This involves reducing the generation of waste, ensuring high-quality recycling and using residual waste for efficient and clean energy generation. 

 

A robust thermal waste-to-energy facility is the cornerstone of most modern waste management systems. A waste-to-energy facility may generate a range of energy outputs: electricity, district heating, steam for industrial processes, desalinated seawater or district cooling. In this way, residual waste – i.e. waste that cannot be recycled in an economic or environmentally beneficial way – can become a resource by turning it into energy for the benefit of people, businesses, countries and the environment. 

A waste-to-energy facility can therefore be a valuable local source of secure, stable and climate-friendly energy. It will substitute fossil fuels and contribute to national energy self-sufficiency and will in many cases fully eliminate the need for landfilling.  

 

BioGas

Biogas is a renewable fuel that can be used in a number of ways. Biogas can be used in boilers to provide heat only, in combined heat and power plants (CHP) to generate both electricity and heat, or upgraded to biomethane and then injected into the gas network or used as a vehicle fuel.

Biogas is made up of methane, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, water vapour and other minor constituents and particulates. The methane, and therefore the energy, content of the biogas can increase by removing the other constituents - the methane content can be increased to 99% or more. In this form, biomethane is suitable for injection into the gas network or used as a vehicle fuel.

Lympahte has extensive experience in advising clients on all these methods. We also advise on the development of gas networks for biomethane, in settings where no suitable infrastructure exists already.

 

Biomass

Biomass is a renewable and sustainable energy source and an energy solution that is innovative, cost-efficient and carbon neutral. Biomass is used for the production of a significant and increasing part of the energy consumed in modern society.

 

Biomass can be used for the production of carbon neutral bioenergy in the form of power, heat, Combined Heat and Power (CHP) or biogas. There are a number of technology options available to make use of biomass as a renewable energy source, depending on the project requirements for output. The option most frequently used is thermal conversion, where the bioenergy is produced in an environmentally sustainable way in efficiently designed combustion plants. 

 

Requirements for biomass as fuel

A wide variety of biomass materials may be used, defined by its origin:

  • Forestry biomass, i.e. wood chips, wood pellets, forest residues, slashing

  • Agricultural biomass, i.e. straw, energy crops, liquid and solid residues (manure)

  • Industrial biomass, i.e. wastewater treatment residues, waste wood and even algae.

 

 

Solar Energy

We supports the industry’s leading developers, lenders and constructors, and provides expertise in solar energy engineering and technical advisory services. We help clients meet challenges in planning and executing high-performance solar energy projects.

 

Converting sunlight to generate electricity is attracting increased interest as it can be used to counter energy security concerns over fossil fuel dependency, decrease carbon emissions and reduce harmful emissions that contribute to climate change, as well as help secure energy costs to achieve financial and environmental sustainability. Furthermore, solar projects are less demanding to execute than large hydro, nuclear and most thermal power ventures and, at a utility scale, they can help alleviate some of the burdens associated with delivering much needed power to underdeveloped or remote areas with minimal access to power.

 

The cost of photovoltaic (PV) systems has dropped significantly in recent years. Now utilities, investors and major electricity consumers have discovered PV in multi MW sizes for their purposes. PV is a reliable, predictable and economic way of generating renewable power. It is the quickest way to set up utility scale power generation, easily extendable and can be installed even in remote regions where access is difficult. 

 

Solar heating panels transform the sun's energy into heat or thermal energy by heating up water. Solar heating is one of the most well-known and environmentally sustainable alternatives to traditional energy sources. The  cost of solar water heating from large plants is four to six times lower than that of heat from small plants, these large plants are now competitive with some biomass boilers and many electrical heat pump solutions.

 

Lympahte's services in this field comprise:

  • Technical and economic feasibility studies

  • Owner's Engineer services and consulting

  • Design, preparation of tender documents and approval by the authorities

  • Construction management

  • Testing and commissioning

  • Follow-up and operation

  • Construction Management and Supervision

 

Hydro Power

Lymphate provides customized solutions to assist power plant owners with turnkey solutions in the hydroelectric market, including services for water and wastewater distribution, reclamation and treatment. These water resources solutions are simple, safe, secure, sustainable and smart.

 

Lymphate works to innovate and streamline hydro plants. By utilising the latest technology and optimisation solutions, we optimise the power stations to raise the efficiency of existing units. We design, monitor and assure the quality of investments, both retrofits and new hydro power plants.The major advantage of hydro power is that the fuel is readily available at no cost. In addition, hydroelectric power plants have a long economic life and require limited staff resources for their operation. Lymphate works on behalf of power companies to innovate and streamline hydro power plants with a view to a sustainable future power generation. 

 

Lymphate has in-depth knowledge of many of the existing facilities. Our competence encompasses issues ranging from hydraulics, mechanical and electrical engineering to rock and plant engineering. We also make inspections in the relevant technology areas.A focus area for Lymphate within hydro power is safety and security; both concerning people and production availability. We have specialised in dam safety tasks, like improved sector gates and intake gates and reinforcing dams. We check and ensure the dams and prepare investment proposals. We also work with improving electrical control equipment that enables more efficient and secure automatic control.

 

Tidal & Wave

Lymphate has a long track record of inventive and innovative design in the marine environment and for taking advantage of the repeatability of structure for the renewable sector, including tidal & wave installations. 

 

Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy is a reliable, renewable and sustainable source of energy for the production of heat and electricity. In general, there are two main categories of geothermal energy: high-temperature technologies, and moderate and low-temperature technologies. The high temperature technologies involve drilling several thousand metres into the ground, where hot water or steam reservoirs heated by the earth’s inner hot magma can be reached. The hot water or steam is then piped to the surface and used in different applications.

The moderate and low temperature technologies include ground-source heat pumps (closed loop system) and storage of cooling and heating energy in the bedrock (closed loop system) or in an aquifer (open loop system).

 

Lymphate has vast experience in the field of geothermal energy. This includes areas such as seismic, geological and geophysical studies and investigations including modeling and reservoir hydraulic calculations and evaluation. Lymphate  has specific knowledge within the field of well site layout/infrastructure and permissions, and follow up on operation and maintenance.

 

Geothermal energy solutions:

  • Storage of cooling and heating energy in aquifers

  • Storage of cooling and heating energy in the bedrock

  • Ground-source heat pumps (GSHP)

  • Energy piles in building foundations, containing a circulating medium

  • High-temperature geothermal energy systems

SERVICES

  • Waste – to – Energy

  • Offhore Wind Farm

  • High Efficiency Energy

  • Low Carbon Energy

  • Onshore Wind Farm

  • Sustainability

  • Hydro Power Plant

  • Nacelle based LiDAR

  • Biomass Power Plant

  • Multi-fuel Power Plants

  • Tidal Generation

  • Solar Grid

  • Solar Farm

  • Asset Management & Visualisation

  • Civil & Structural Design

  • Tower Design & Maintenance

  • LV,MV & HV Grid Design

  • Wind Measurement (LiDAR/SoDAR/mast)

  • Project Development

  • Due diligence and funder advisory services

  •  Risk analysis including fire and ATEX

  • Power Curve Measurement

  • Energy Yield Measurement

  • Turbulence Studies

  • Layout & Microsting

  • Wind Farm Calculation & Optimisation

  • Risk and opportunity assessment

  • Waste Strategy Development

  • Value engineering

  • Contract negotiations and closure

  • Conceptual Design and Layout

  • Supervision & Inspection

  • Site management and HSE

  • Design,Construction and Commissioning

  • Technology Evaluations

  • Preliminary, Front-End, and Detailed Engineering

  • Advanced Energy Simulations

  • Owner’s Engineer

  • Third-Party Due Diligence

  • Construction Supervision

  • Environmental Assessments and Permitting

  • Energy Management

  • Energy Efficiency Audits and Assessments

  • Energy Policy Design and Evaluations

  • Energy Scenario Analysis

  • Socio-Economic and Business Economic Analysis

  • Project Simulations/Visualization

  • Safety and Risk Management

  • Asset Management and Optimization

  • Regulatory Strategy, Economics, and Analysis

  • Independent Engineer and/or Independent Technical Advisory

  • Wind farm concept and detailed design

  • Wind turbine blade engineering

  • Wind turbine electrical and mechanical engineering

  • Onshore substation design

  • Offshore substation design (substructure and topsides)

  • Safety assessment and compliance requirements

  • Consents, planning and environmental impact assessment

  • Geophysical and Geotechnical survey specification

  • Data interpretation

  • Electrical array and export design

  • Cable selection and installation assessment

  • Grid connection studies and assessments

  • Feasibility Studies

  • Project Resource Assessments