The success of human activity in today’s world depends on continuous, reliable energy and power generation. Both are critical to maintaining the health and well-being of our global populations.
The demand for safe and reliable energy and power generation is expected to grow as people in countries across the world gain access to electricity. Regional energy requirements vary significantly depending on available resources to generate power, oversee local climate change regulations and manage greenhouse gas reduction.
Energy produced from fossil fuel sources such as coal, oil and gas, with gas being the greener option of the two, have proven to be staunchly reliable over decades. The relatively recent emergence of renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, hydroelectric and geothermal technical achievements offer comparatively green options that lead to cleaner air.
Power generation is connected to the electrical grid with multiple flow measurements required to monitor the energy produced while increasing overall plant efficiency, which implements the optimal solution for the best possible outcome while complying with environmental regulations.