Solar consultant

It all starts with an idea, a concept. Here at The Green World Company, we’re not stuck at thinking in products exclusively. The Green World Company is your Solar Consultant. Products are a commodity, but concepts are unique. Finding a

Solar panels on field

If there is one distinctive characteristic of the Dutch landscape, it has to be the thousands of endless meadows and pastures making their way to the horizon. As useful as they often are for the agriculture and livestock sectors, many of

Solar panels on rooftop

Because of the landscape and wildlife impact of ground-mounted solar, communities are looking to alternatives where possible. Millions upon millions of square meters of “dead” roof space is laying untouched still, with opportunity wasting

Floating solar panels

The sun and the warmth it provides is essential for any grower to be successful, and luckily its services come for free. The water reservoir however, is a different story entirely. Maintaining the water level and its cleanliness has always

The Green World company

Getting green can sometimes seem like a daunting task when first delving into sustainability. The endless possibilities can feel overwhelming and the vast amount of information confusing. Whether you need a little or lots of help, as

Urea as a reductant

Urea as a reductant Selective catalytic reduction of nitrogen oxides is achieved through the combined use of a catalyst and a reductant. The most widely used reductant is a urea-water solution at a concentration of 32.5% or 40%.The urea

Regenerating the filter

Soot particles in a ship’s exhaust stream can be filtered out by a ceramic soot filter. The amount of soot each filter can absorb depends on its volume. This means that every so often, the soot that accumulates in the filter has to be

benefits SCR System

The benefits of an Emigreen® SCR system – NOx reduction that meets or exceeds IMO Tier III limits– Can be installed in new ships and as retrofit– Easy to maintain by the crew Why install an SCR system? Diesel combustion engines emit