Renewable Energy Technology Research and Development

Artificial Intelligence - AI for Solar, Wind, Hydroelectric & Geothermal Power Systems & Applications

HubBucket Renewables ("HubRenewables") is a technology research and development - R&D division of HubBucket, Inc. ("HubBucket") that focuses on the design and development of Artificial Intelligence - AI for Renewable Energy Technology and Clean Technology. Our goal is to make the adoption, application and management of renewable energy and clean technology easier for all people across our planet.


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Solar Energy

AI for Soloar Energy
Solar Energy

Solar Energy

Artificial Intelligence - AI for Solar Power Systems & Applications

Wind Energy

AI for Wind Energy
Wind Energy

Wind Energy

Artificial Intelligence - AI for Wind Power Systems & Applications

Hydroelectric Energy

AI for Hydroelectric Energy
Hydroelectric Energy

Hydroelectric Energy

Artificial Intelligence - AI for Hydroelectric Power Systems & Applications

Geothermal Energy

AI for Geothermal Energy
Geothermal Energy

Geothermal Energy

Artificial Intelligence - AI for Geothermal Energy Systems & Applications

The HubBucket Clouds ("HubClouds") research and development - R&D department of HubBucket, Inc. ("HubBucket") focuses on the design and development of Artificial Intelligence - AI systems and applications for Solar Power, Wind Power, Wave Power and Geothermal Power systems and applications.

We use the following AI sub-domains to enable us to build these innovative systems:

  • Machine Learning - ML
  • Deep Learning - DL
  • Artificial Neural Networks - ANN
  • Machine Vision (a sub-domain of Computer Vision)
  • Natural Language Processing - NLP
  • Natural Language Understanding - NLU
  • Neural Machine Translation - NMT

In addition to the above mentioned technologies, we also use:

  • Robotics
  • Biometrics
  • Cloud Computing (from various Cloud Service Providers - CSPs)

Furthermore, the vast majority of the technology we integrate into our AI systems and applications are Open Source.


Sustainable Energy

There are various technologies which make use of sustainable sources of energy. Listed below are some of the most common which are being used across the globe:

  • Wind power – this sustainable resource is typically exploited in the form of vast wind farms, often found offshore. A wind farm contains a large group of individual wind turbines connected to one another, which generate electricity without producing any greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Hydroelectric power – this refers to the use of the gravitational force of water falling or flowing to produce electricity. Once constructed, a hydroelectric power-plant will produce extremely low levels of greenhouse gases when compared to fossil fuel-based techniques.
  • Solar energy – two techniques are used to generate electricity from solar energy; Photovoltaics (PV) or concentrated solar power systems (CSPs). The former uses the photovoltaic effect to directly convert light into an electrical current, whilst the latter uses lenses or mirrors to focus a beam of light directly onto a small area which is converted into heat which subsequently drives a heat engine to generate electricity.
  • Geothermal energy – this is simply the heat from the Earth itself. This heat can be used in a similar fashion to the directed light beams for CSPs to heat up water to drive heat engines thus generating electricity.

Clean Water

  • Water treatment – this refers to the treatment of raw water to ensure that it is safe for human consumption.
  • Wastewater treatment – the conversion of wastewater into water that can then be entered into the water cycle or reused, is referred to as waste water treatment.

Pollution Reduction

  • Emission control – there are several methods to reduce global emissions. The adoption of clean technologies, such as the sustainable energy sources listed above, as well as a transition from petrol-based vehicles to biofuels and electric vehicles are just a few of the suggested ways to control emissions.
  • Pollutant monitoring/sensing – air monitoring stations are used throughout the United States of America in a system called State Local Air Monitoring Stations (SLAMS) which provide annual reports on the volume of pollutants in each American state. Similar techniques of monitoring the levels of air pollutants are employed across the world.
  • Remediation of polluted sites – when a request for environmental remediation of a location is made by government or land remdiation authorities, immediate action must be taken by the landowners to ensure the location is made safe for humans and animals. This can involve cleaning soil, groundwater, surface water or sediment, by removing pollutants and contaminants.

Recycling and Waste Treatment

  • Recycling of consumer products – the majority of consumer products nowadays have large numbers of parts or components which can be recycled. Once a product reaches its "post-consumer" stage, it should be sorted correctly to ensure it does not end up in landfills.
  • Reduction and treatment of toxic waste – often in the form of dangerous chemicals or products, toxic or hazardous waste should be treated very carefully. Most governments across the world have plans in place for the reduction, collection, treatment and regulation of toxic and hazardous waste.

Underpinning the development of clean technologies are developments in information and communication technology, materials science and nanotechnology, semiconductors and electronics, and HubBucket, Inc. ("HubBucket") adds, Artificial Intelligence - AI, Machine Learning - ML, Deep Learning - DL, Artificial Neural Networks - ANN, Machine Vision - MV, Natural Language Processing - NLP, Natural Language Understanding - NLU, Neural Machine Translation - NMT, Robotics, Biometrics, etc.


Clean Technology and Regulation

There is a global drive to adopt clean technology solutions due to the current and future effects of climate change as a direct result of our reliance on fossil fuels for energy. Governments around the world are now adopting to a greater or lesser extent, regulatory regimes that require industry and individuals to reduce their environmental impact. To support these regimes voluntary reduction schemes and carbon trading schemes are being introduced. The mounting pressure from global communities and organizations should result in a widespread adoption of clean technologies across the world in the coming years.

 

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Our Clean Technology research and development - R&D encompasses a wide array of technologies that people use everyday, such as:

  • Wearable Technologies
  • Household Technologies
  • Technologies for Smart Cities
  • Internet of Things - IoT technologies
  • AND A LOT MORE

Clean technology, sometimes referred to as CleanTech, is a term generally used to define a set of technologies that either reduces or optimizes the use of natural resources, whilst at the same time reducing the negative effect that technology has on the planet and its ecosystems, HOWEVER we at HubBucket use the term Clean Technology - CleanTech to refer to the above mentioned list. We use the term Clean Technology - CleanTech and Renewable Energy Technology in separating from the various projects that we focus our research and development - R&D on.

Renewable Energy R&D

Renewable Energy R&D

Artificial Intelligence - AI systems and applications for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology

Artificial Intelligence - AI systems and applications for Renewable Energy Management

  • Artificial Intelligence - AI Renewable Energy Remote Sensing Technology
  • Artificial Intelligence - AI Renewable Energy Storage Management Systems and Applications
  • Artificial Intelligence - AI Power Distribution Management Systems and Applications
  • Artificial Intelligence - AI Blockchain Technology for Renewable Energy Markets
  • AND A LOT MORE

We design and develop Renewable Energy Systems and Applications to make it easier for people to regulate the various sources of Renewable Energy that they use.

Our teams work with:

  • Machine Learning - ML
  • Deep Learning - DL
  • Artificial Neural Networks - ANN
  • Natural Language Processing - NLP
  • Natural Language Understanding - NLU
  • Neural Machine Translation - NMT
  • Machine Vision
  • Computer Vision
  • Robotics
  • Co-Bots
  • Blockchain Technology
  • Mobile Applications
  • Biometrics
  • Virtual Reality - VR
  • Augmented Reality - AR

all of which is integrated into the various HubClouds Artificial Intelligence - AI Renewable Energy systems and applications, all of which makes the use of Renewable Energy more efficient and effective, coupled with saving you time and money.

 

 

 

Using an Artificial Intelligence - AI automated Renewable Energy application and management systems, Renewable Energy storage and use is balanced and resources are dynamically adjusted to reduce risk and maximize efficiency 24/7, delivering persistent savings to customers.

  • Data-driven decisions: Prescriptive analytics derived from real-time sensor data, combined with sophisticated algorithms, drives investment, risk and maintenance decisions.
  • Scalability: Wireless temperature sensors deployed quickly and cheaply throughout facilities of any size, with wireless control modules installed on each cooling unit.
  • Interoperability: The system uses industry standard protocols to integrate with cooling equipment or building management systems.
  • Security: The system operates inside the data center firewall, and communicates using an encrypted, industrial-grade mesh wireless network.

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