Lumistudio srl fits into the panorama of renewable energies as a projects developer for energy production plants from renewable sources. The work consists in the design and implementation of sustainable energy production systems, using renewable sources such as the sun, wind, water and biomass. The activity begins with a preliminary study of the site where the plant will be built, evaluating the geological and topographical characteristics of the area, the customer's needs and the current regulations.
Subsequently, the energy production plant is designed, defining the arrangement of the solar panels, wind turbines, hydroelectric plants or biomass systems, and the related infrastructure works for connection to the national electricity grid. In this phase, it is important to take into consideration aspects such as the generation capacity of the plant, safety, environmental sustainability and management of energy flows.
Once the design has been completed, the company supervises the construction of the plant, coordinating the works and verifying that the times and technical specifications are respected. At this stage, it is essential to maintain a constant dialogue with the client and the other professionals involved in the project, in order to guarantee a satisfactory final result for all parties.
Finally, the company takes care of the testing and commissioning of the energy production plant, verifying that all the systems work correctly and that they meet the required safety and quality standards. In the event of any problems or malfunctions, you take steps to identify the causes and find the most appropriate solutions.
In summary, the activity of Lumistudio is to develop plants for the production of energy from renewable sources, which requires specific technical skills, great organizational and coordination skills, and the ability to work in a team.
A wind farm is an electricity production system based on the use of wind as a primary energy source. The wind power plant consists of one or more wind turbines that convert the kinetic energy of the wind into electrical energy.
Wind turbines consist of a series of blades that rotate around an axis. When the wind blows on the blades, they begin to rotate, transferring the kinetic energy of the wind to the turbine shaft. The shaft of the turbine is connected to a generator which converts mechanical energy into electrical energy.
Wind farms can be of different sizes and can be installed in various places, such as open fields, hills, sea coasts or offshore. Larger wind farms may have dozens or even hundreds of wind turbines, while smaller ones may have only one turbine. The energy produced by wind farms can be used to power local or national electricity grids, or to supply energy to specific users, such as businesses or local communities.
PV Plants are systems that use solar panels to convert solar energy into electricity. These solar panels are composed of photovoltaic cells that use photovoltaics to generate electricity.
PV Plants are mainly used for the production of electricity in a sustainable way, thus reducing the use of fossil fuels and the emission of greenhouse gases. They can be installed on large plots of land or on various types of buildings, including homes, offices, companies and industrial plants.
PV Plants can be of various sizes depending on the customer's needs. Furthermore, they can be connected to the public electricity grid or used in stand-alone mode, i.e. without being connected to the grid.
PV Plants are a constantly evolving technology and have become increasingly efficient and accessible over the years. Today, many companies and governments are investing in this technology like part of their sustainable and low-impact energy production strategies.
Energy storage are systems that allow electricity to be stored so that it can be used at a later time. There are various energy storage technologies available, including lithium batteries, lead-acid batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries, nickel-iron batteries, flywheel accumulators, compressed air accumulators and thermal accumulators.
Lithium batteries are currently the most widely used energy storage technology due to their high efficiency and their ability to store large amounts of energy in a relatively small space. Lead-acid batteries, on the other hand, are less efficient and have a shorter life than lithium batteries, but are still used in some cases where cost is an important factor.
Flywheel accumulators use kinetic energy to store electrical energy, while compressed air accumulators use the potential energy of compressed air to store energy. Thermal storage tanks, on the other hand, use thermal energy to store electricity.
Energy storage facilities are particularly useful in renewable energy generation systems, such as solar panels and wind turbines, which produce energy intermittently. The energy produced in excess can be stored in storage facilities and used when energy production is insufficient. In this way energy waste is reduced and the efficiency of the system is increased.