Scaale Energy drives technology adoption for traditional and new energy sectors to accelerate their transition from fossil fuels to electricity, renewables, and decarbonization. The industry is embracing systems innovations such as smart grids to drive the transition, focusing on improving the efficiency, scalability, and cost-effectiveness of renewable energy sources, energy storage, carbon capture, and emerging technologies. Traditional energy industries are also undertaking steps towards decarbonization through carbon capture, emission reduction, process optimization, and sustainability best practices.

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Sectors We Operate In

Electrical Power

Increase efficiency, improve grid reliability, and minimize environmental impact.

Generation

Power generation facility management, including thermal, hydro, nuclear, and renewables.

Distribution

Grid infrastructure, substation, and storage system monitoring, management, and optimization.

Smart Grid

Advanced metering, grid automation, & demand response to improve efficiency waste reduction.

Technology Capabilities & Themes

Microgrids

Enhance grid resilience using localized grid systems that can disconnect from the traditional grid, operate autonomously, and use local solar or wind energy sources.

Internet of Things (IoT)

Connected devices, smart meters, and advanced sensors for data collection and analysis for optimized grid operations.

Demand Response

Advanced software and control systems with sophisticated programs that enable peak period usage adjustment in response to price change.

Solar Energy

Photovoltaic Systems

Advanced cell technologies, PV modules, inverters, mounting systems, and wiring.

Operations

Smart monitoring, real-time visibility, proactive maintenance, prompt issue resolution.

Storage

BMS's with lithium, solid-state, flow, or zinc batteries to increase flexibility and self-consumption.

Technology Capabilities & Themes

Perovskite Solar Cells

Highly efficient photovoltaic cells that use hybrid organic-inorganic lead or tin halide-based materials as the light-harvesting active layer.

Bifacial Solar Modules

Solar panels that can capture sunlight from both sides to effectively increas power output and system efficiency.

Floatovoltaics

Solar panels installed on water bodies such as reservoirs or ponds in conditions with scarce land and minimal water evaporation.

Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

Technologies that deploy specialized mirrors or lenses to concentrate large areas of sunlight into small areas for use as a heat source for conventional power plants.

Solar Skins

Customizable panels utilizing thin-films to mimic building materials or patterns to match the color, texture, and pattern of roofs and surrounding architecture.

Solar Tracking

Systems that change their orientation throughout the day to follow the sun's path and maximize energy capture.

Building-Integrated PV

Solar panels that replace conventional building materials in parts like the roof, skylights, or facades during the construction of new buildings.

Wind

Increase efficiency, decrease costs, and make wind energy feasible in more locations.

Wind Farm Construction

GIS and LiDAR enabled site selection, foundation engineering tools,  CAD, and remote monitoring, control, and PM tools.

Turbine Management

Robotic, aerial, and, high-pressure jet cleaning systems, anti-soiling coatings, smart condition monitoring systems.

Grid Integration

Deploy advanced transmission line, substation, and grid control systems for reliable integration to the electrical grid.

Technology Capabilities & Themes

Advanced Grid Control

AI/ML algorithms factoring wind, grid demand, and system constraints to enable intelligent predictive maintenance, performance optimization, and improved wind forecasting.

Advanced Materials

New turbine materials for larger, lighter, and more durable blades, both onshore and offshore, for improved wind capture and electricity generation.

Grid-Support

Advanced dynamic line rating systems, and grid-forming converters to improve grid stability, control power flow, voltage regulation, and better grid integration.

Floating, Offshore, and Airborne

Deep water turbine installation, airborne systems with tethered drones or kites for high altitude wind energy capture.

Advanced Turbines

Vertical-axis turbines for omni direction wind operations, bladeless turbines to reduce environmental impact associated with traditional wind energy.

Hydro

Consistent and dispatchable energy for base load power, reduced environmental impact, and untapped energy use.

Plant Operations

Smart, algorithmic control and predictive systems with real-time monitoring of flow rate, water level, turbine speed, and output.

Dam Maintenance

Monitoring systems with advanced geotechnical instrumentation for erosion control, concrete repair, seepage,  and emergency action.

Generation and Distribution

Management of power flows, load balancing, and grid stability factoring through end-user distribution.

Technology Capabilities & Themes

In-Stream/Ocean

Reduce environmental impact using dam-free river current or kinetic systems and emerging tidal and wave systems.

Modular/Portable

Compact, transportable hydropower systems that can be quickly and easily installed in remote locations.

Bioenergy

Minimize environmental impact and improve efficiency through diversified sources of bioenergy.

Biomass Processing

Thermal (combustion, pyrolysis, and gasification) and biochemical conversion (fermentation, anaerobic) processes.

Biofuel Production

Convert biomass or waste materials to liquid fuels such as biodiesel/bioethanol, through feedstock conversion and purification.

Waste-to-Energy

Convert waste materials into electricity or heat through incineration, anaerobic digestion, syngas gasification, and landfill gas recovery.

Technology Capabilities & Themes

Advanced Biofuels

Replace gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel through next-generation biofuels derived from non-food biomass resources like agricultural residues, dedicated energy crops, and algae.

Carbon Capture and Storage

Realize potential negative emissions by capturing CO2 from bioenergy applications for storage to reduce climate impact.

Biomethane Production

Production of biomethane as a natural gas substitute from organic waste materials like agricultural waste, municipal waste, plant material, sewage, green waste, or food waste.

Bioenergy Crops

Dedicated cultivation of energy crops that are sustainable and do not compete with food crops, including fast-growing trees and grasses as well as micro-algae.

Pyrolysis

Decompose organic material at high temperatures in absence of oxygen to convert biomass into a more energy-dense form for easier means of transport and use in bioenergy applications.

Microbial Fuel Cells

Use bacteria to convert organic and inorganic matter directly into electricity.

Torrefaction

A thermal process that converts biomass into a coal-like alternative with much better fuel quality for combustion and gasification applications.

Oil & Gas

Focus on increasing operational efficiency, reducing environmental impact, and ensuring safety.

Upstream

Exploration and drilling, pipeline construction, rig systems.

Midstream

Pipeline management, transportation, and storage systems.

Downstream

Refining and processing, distribution and retail systems.

Technology Capabilities & Themes

Advanced Drilling

Enable the extraction of oil and gas from previously inaccessible reserves. Techniques like extended reach drilling (ERD) and high-pressure, high-temperature drilling (HPHT) can.

Digital Twins

Virtual replicas of physical devices that data scientists and IT pros can use to run simulations before actual devices are built and deployed.

IoT

Enable predictive maintenance through real-time monitoring, data collection, and advanced diagnostics across distributed operations.

Advanced Analytics and Machine Learning

Identify patterns in data that humans would miss, predicting equipment failures, improving efficiency, and boosting productivity.

Robots and Automation

Robots that perform tasks in environments that are dangerous for humans, such as in offshore drilling platforms or in handling hazardous materials.

Supply Chain

Leverage secure, transparent technologies for tracking the myriad of transactions and contracts that are involved with exploration, production, and supply chain logistics.

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS)

CCUS technologies capture carbon dioxide emissions from sources like power plants and industrial processes, to either recycle or store it so it will not enter the atmosphere.

Hydrogen Fuel

Hydrogen can be produced from natural gas, offering a cleaner-burning fuel for various applications, from powering vehicles to generating electricity.

Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)

Techniques such as gas injection or thermal recovery are used to increase the amount of crude oil that can be extracted from an oil field.

Seismic Imaging and Interpretation

Advances in seismic technology are continually improving the ability of exploration teams to process data into images for interpretation to locate potential oil and gas deposits.

Nuclear

Enhancing safety, improving efficiency, and minimizing environmental impact.

Plant Operations

Nuclear reactor design and construction, safety systems, and waste management.

Radiation Protection

Radiation protection equipment for monitoring, safety assessments, and emergency planning.

Waste Management

Safe handling, transportation, storage and disposal of radioactive waste.

Technology Capabilities & Themes

Generation IV Reactors

Advanced reactors that are safer, more efficient, and produce less waste, including Very High Temperature Reactors (VHTR), Supercritical Water-cooled Reactor (SCWR), and the Molten Salt Reactors (MSR).

Small Modular Reactors

Smaller than traditional nuclear reactors that can be brought to a site for assembly for lower upfront costs, scalability, and siting flexibility.

Advanced Fuel Cycles

Technologies that enable used fuel reprocessing and recycling to reduce the volume and toxicity of nuclear waste.

Digital Twin

Creating high-fidelity virtual models of nuclear power plants for training and operational scenario simulation.

Advanced Manufacturing

3D printing and other techniques that can reduce the cost and construction time for nuclear plants, as well as improve the performance of various components.

Data Analytics

Predictive maintenance, performance optimization, and anomaly detection of plant operations through artificial intelligence and machine learning empowered systems.

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