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  • SJU's multidisciplinary technologies encompass fuel, mechanical equipment, software, hardware, surface technologies, and other solutions tailored for any industry that still relies on liquid hydrocarbons.

  • SJU Energy was established to bridge the gap between the anticipated carbon-free future and the current energy landscape.

  • At present, there is no holistic approach that integrates all existing and potential technologies. Although significant funding is available for new, siloed technologies, there is a lack of investment in improving the efficiency of current systems and fuels.

  • Carbon-based fuels will persist into the next century, and no viable alternatives exist for large-scale energy storage at this time. Recognizing this reality, it is imperative to embrace efficiency and work in conjunction with emerging technologies to decarbonize our future.

  • All available non-carbon technologies have their advantages and disadvantages. Our approach is akin to that of an alchemist, focusing on how to reduce the impact of carbon by examining the entire energy circular economy rather than just individual components.

  • Education plays a critical role in this process. For instance, using an electric vehicle powered by fossil fuel-based electricity merely shifts the geographic location of energy consumption.

  • Reducing the carbon footprint in every aspect of life is essential. For example, it is inconceivable that current detergent technology still involves producing and transporting diluted detergents in single-use plastics, most of which cannot be recycled.

  • Our mission is to provide tools and technologies to decarbonize the energy industry using a holistic approach, without vilifying any specific technologies.

  • Enclosed are the different alternatives available to reduce the carbon footprint. However, many of these alternatives may provide more harm than good, are too expensive, impossible to implement, or create long-term hazards.

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Wind Energy Pros & Cons

•Zero Carbon Emissions

  • Dependent on inconsistent wind

  • Requires Grid immediate Demand Response Generation as backup due to variations on the wind intensity

  • Unreliable source for Grid Management 

  • Extensive Land Use

  • High disposal cost of equipment after its useful life. 

  • Blades and other components could not be recycled.

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Solar Energy   Pros & Cons

•Zero Carbon Emissions

  • High environmental impact mining of raw materials

  • Requires Grid immediate Demand Response Generation as backup due to variations on the sun intensity

  • Dependent on inconsistent sun

  • Complicates Grid Management 

  • High Land Use

  • High disposal cost of equipment after its useful life.  They could not be recycled.

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Batteries   Pros & Cons

•Household scale energy storage

  • High environmental impact mining of materials

  • Dangerous Manufacturing

  • Fire Hazard, they could not be extinguised with comon supression devices

  • Technology not available for grid level storage

  • Toxic Disposal

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Natural Gas
Pros & Cons

•Less carbon dioxide per BTU for 20% in liquid fluids and 40% vs carbon

Dependent production and ease of Grid Management

No carbon particulate

  • High environmental impact on extraction

  • High energy requirement to liquify and transport

  • Large storage required

  • Imperceptible detection of leaks

  • High use of water and contamination of water sources

  • Efficient extraction process has a 2% loss.

  • Natural Gas is mostly methane which is 30-80 times worse Green House Gas than Carbon Dioxide

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Hydro
Pros & Cons

  • Helps with Water Management

  • Only 2% of the earths water is sweet

  • Completely Circular Energy Source

  • Many Latin America Countries rely on Hydro

  • Immediate Demand Respose capabilities

  • Construction Cost

  • High Land Use

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