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Power sources in the Czech republic concentrated on using biomass
Vacek, Tomáš ; Liedermann, Pavel (referee) ; Špaček, Jaroslav (advisor)
This article introduces independent sources of electric energy in the Czech Republic, the different types of power plants, their productivity and the quantity of electric energy delivered to the main distributor. In our country, as well as around the world, commonly used fuels are fossil fuels- coal, crude oil, and gas. As the demand for energy grows, those supplies are slowly running out. Not to mention that those fuels have a negative environmental impact. They are a source of carbon, which causes damage to the atmosphere and leads to global warming. Power plants which do not produce carbon are much safer for the environment, and much more productive. However, the residue of this energy is challenging to dispose of. Nuclear energy has common attributes with renewing the sources of energies that are extremely friendly to our environment. Nuclear power plants also produce enough energy and with the usage of Fourth generation reactors, they will be able to recycle the nuclear fuels. Today, more importance is put on renewing sources which are more gentle for the environment. In the near future, CEZ Company, the largest producer of electric energy is planning to use water energy. Water energy comes from water plants or dams. Other ecological forms of energy include geothermal and solar energies. These two types of energy are not as applicable for our geographical position. Geothermal energy is commonly used on islands where there is an abundance of natural hot springs. The most discussed source of energy is bioenergy. It uses natural wood sources, recycled wood products, and applies bioenergy as a main source for thermal power plants.
The assessment of connectivity 138 MW combined heat and power plant in Prostějov
Vacek, Tomáš ; Opat, Jaroslav (referee) ; Bátora, Branislav (advisor)
The goal of this project is to test the possibility to connect the Cogenerational generation of power 138 MW (still in the development stage) to the control room 110 kV in Prostejov production. This merge would product the electrical energy as well as the heat energy for all local area. In this dissertation we will be considering the solution of the steady state (stationary state) of system with the voltage level of 110kV, as well as the influence of the generation of power on this system, there by the suggesting a connection. The Congenerational production indicates higher effectiveness in the transformation of energy during primary production process due to the production of heat energy as well as the electrical energy from the primary power sources. In our country, as well as around the world, commonly used fuels are fossil fuels- coal, crude oil, and gas. As the demand for energy grows, those supplies are slowly running out. Not to mention that those fuels have a negative environmental impact. They are a source of carbon, which causes damage to the atmosphere and leads to global warming. Power plants which do not produce carbon are much safer for the environment, and much more productive. However, the residue of this energy is challenging to dispose of. Nuclear energy has common attributes with renewing the sources of energies that are extremely friendly to our environment. Nuclear power plants also produce enough energy and with the usage of Fourth generation reactors, they will be able to recycle the nuclear fuels. Today, more importance is put on renewing sources which are more gentle for the environment. In the near future, CEZ Company, the largest producer of electric energy is planning to use water energy. Water energy comes from water plants or dams. Other ecological forms of energy include geothermal and solar energies. These two types of energy are not as applicable for our geographical position. Geothermal energy is commonly used on islands where there is an abundance of natural hot springs. The most discussed source of energy is bioenergy. It uses natural wood sources, recycled wood products, and applies bioenergy as a main source for thermal power plants.
Assessment of the impact of different types of RES in the power system
Zmeškal, Pavel ; Matoušek, Antonín (referee) ; Mastný, Petr (advisor)
This thesis deals with usage of each kind of RES under conditions of Czech republic and their usage at areas placed in. Consequently supplied RES output power at time and its influence on reliability of supply in EPS CZ. Way of operation of RES from point of view of requirement on regulation and control of operation of EPS is more studied on operation of different kinds of wind power plants, which due to its variable output power affects not only EPS CZ. At final caption, economic influence of RES to EPS is reviewed as a unit, increasingly claims on regulation, increasingly benefit on support of RES. All these influences increase price of electricity for end user.
Hydrogen fuels
Umlauf, Martin ; Bébar, Ladislav (referee) ; Jícha, Jaroslav (advisor)
Paper presents a basic review and comparison of energy-conservation made of renewable sources. Principal question of paper concerns evaluation of hydrogen-use made of electrolysis of water. First part of the thesis focuses on the production of energy from renewable sources and the possibility of energy-accumulation. The next section describes methods of hydrogen production and utilization of hydrogen as a fuel for combustion engines. Attention is paid to various aspects dealing with construction of combustion engines using hydrogen. Final part of the study presents comparison between combustion engines using known sorts of fuels as to their pollution and emission-level. Next comparison deals with economic cost per kilometer, when different sort of fuels are taken into account. Conclusion concerns approximate calculation of the production of hydrogen from water by electrolysis using photovoltaic power plants.
Renewable energy sources for one-family house
Burýšek, Jan ; Špiláček, Michal (referee) ; Fortelný, Zdeněk (advisor)
This Bachelor´s Thesis deals with the topic of Renewable Energy Resources. It is divided into two main parts. The first part is a research on renewable resources of energy which are available in the Czech Republic. The second part is focused on use of particular resources in a chosen object (house) and their subsequent efficiency evaluation.
Legislative and economic aspects of exploitation of renewable energy sources
Vondra, Marek ; Katolický, Jaroslav (referee) ; Jaroš, Michal (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is a brief outline of legislative and economic issues associated with energy production from renewable sources. After reading the work, potential investors should be connive with the pros and cons of the use of renewable resources. The thesis has a recherche character and tries to provide basic information for the possible preparation of an investment project. Renewable energy sources have become an integral part of the energy market, despite their lack of profitability in comparison with conventional sources. It is a consequence of European Union’s financial support. However, the support is changing over time, as well as avalaible technologies, local conditions and many other factors affecting the current investment attractiveness of renewable energy sources. All these factors must be considered by an investor. The current situation is positive for use of biomass energy, both at home and in large incineration plants and cogeneration units. Electricity can be advantageously produced in photovoltaic and small hydropower plants. There is a growing importance of heat pumps exploitation. We can expect slower development of photovoltaic farms and wind power plants contructions.
Renewable resources of energy in Czech republic
Truhlář, Marek ; Fortelný, Zdeněk (referee) ; Chroboczek, Libor (advisor)
The content of this bachelor study is a technical recherche of the renewable resources of energy in the Czech republic. In the first part of the study there are described individual kinds of renewable resources of energy. The principle, the usage potential in Czech republic, some advantages and disadvantages about every topic are mentioned. In the second part the study is focused on usage of solar energy in the Czech Republic. The present state of used barrierlayer photocells and solar collectors is decribed in this part. In the last section there is a description of a photovoltaic power station in Otrokovice.
Alternative energy sources
Stránský, Jaroslav ; Moskalík, Jiří (referee) ; Škvařil, Jan (advisor)
In this work, I tried to summarize the current state of world energy resources that we use to convert into electrical energy. There is solved the question of compensation running short supplies of fossil fuels and reduce discharge of greenhouse gasses. I´m looking for suitable compensation in department of alternative energy sources, among which I included the power of the Sun, water, wind, geothermal energy, using heat pumps, combustion energy, nuclear energy, fuel cells and hydrogen use. About anyone of replacing sources you learn about its history, advantages and disadvantages, the principle of function energy transform devices, and compare the potential that is available in the CR and in the world.
Sustainable energy sources
Doležal, Jan ; Nerud, Pavel (referee) ; Škvařil, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is a recherche dealing with sustainable energy sources. It lists and describes the various sources and shows their operating principles. In the last part it evaluates their current use in the Czech Republic and the possibilities for further development from economic and technical point of view.
Alternative energy sources for family house
Stacha, Radek ; Fortelný, Zdeněk (referee) ; Škvařil, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor thesis is focused on alternative sources of energy for the house and their evaluation. The first part focuses on the general view on alternative energy sources and making explicit the house of each resource of which the assessment is undertaken. The next chapters are focused on each types of renewables for which will be the conclusion in the end of each section for the assessment of a given house. The conclusion is evaulated for the selected type of alternative energy resources towards normally used ones.

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