Friterm is pleased to announce its innovative, efficient and high energy savings products and intelligent solutions such as its electronic speed control fans, which give customers intelligent fan operations that always match system loads.
The fans also guarantee maximum efficiency and a low energy consumption. Operating profiles can be adjusted to meet both seasonal and climatic changes, making sure the user can always be ahead of the game.
Friterm’s controls and integrated frequency converters ensure maximum system intelligence, flexibility and the lowest life cycle costs.
In India, the power sector is a very important sector that contributes to infrastructure, which is crucial for financial development and nation welfare.
Coal-based power plants are mainly used to produce energy in India. Since the shortage of water in some areas, air-cooled dry coolers are used instead of cooling towers. In addition to this, solar and wind energy are used as a way of producing electricity.
This year, the Government of India plans to start as many as 10,000 solar, wind and biomass power projects in the next five years, with an average capacity of 50kW per plant. This will add 500mW to the total installed capacity, according to the announcement by ibef.
Ibef has indicated that, in the near future, the energy sector in India is expected to see a strong growth in the market, since India ranks third among 40 countries in EY’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index, and on the back of a strong focus by the government on promoting renewable energy and implementation of projects in a time-bound manner.