Communities, governments and private utility companies around the globe are increasingly looking for alternatives to past ways of generating or receiving their power. Some organizations or communities may want onsite energy generation infrastructure using renewable technology that lessens their dependence on the local utility company. In other cases, governments or private utility companies may want to develop a network of utility-scale, renewable energy generation farms to tie into the national electrical grid. Whatever the reason, the demand for energy infrastructure solutions using renewable energy generation has grown significantly during the last several years. Despite this demand, there are significant impediments to growth within this sector.
Loraxian has found a new way forward. By addressing key impediments to energy infrastructure development, Loraxian’s “new way forward” is a catalyst to unlock the next wave of energy infrastructure development across North America and beyond.
Loraxian works with two types of energy infrastructure projects: 1) Energy generation infrastructure to connect to the electrical grid and 2) Microgrid and its associated energy generation infrastructure that may or may not connect to the electrical grid.
Where governments or private utility companies wish to develop a network of utility-scale, renewable energy farms to tie into the national electrical grid, Loraxian developed its proprietary Renewable Energy Platform (RE Platform). The RE Platform is an entire turnkey development, design, build, finance, operate, maintain renewable energy platform. Projects focus on Philippines, Taiwan, Japan and Canada.
Where communities wish to develop their own source of energy to provide their own power, Loraxian created a platform that includes the turnkey development, design, build, finance, operate, maintain of the energy infrastructure asset. The energy may be grid-connected or off-grid and will generate electricity and sometimes heat for consumption at the community. A community’s electricity infrastructure will be customized for that community and will include one or more of the following: solar, wind, biomass, hydrogen or hydro.
The energy infrastructure may also include a heat generating facility. The attributes of a community’s heat facility will be influenced by the community’s geography and its need for heat. As part of providing heat for the community, Loraxian will use one of two sources of heat: 1) the waste heat byproduct that is generated by a community-wide renewable energy generation system or 2) geo-thermal.