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Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom, 2013/11/15 - At Nextgen 2013 CAD Schroer highlighted its campaign in support of sustainable energy, providing large-scale power plant design software at cost - CAD-Schroer.com.
Supporting renewable energy projects with affordable plant design software is a key goal for CAD Schroer. The software provider demonstrated its technology at Biogaz Europe in March, at Sustainability Live in April, and at Nextgen 2013 in October.
Significant savings for sustainable energy plant and factory designers
“As global environmental concerns drive local policy, new energy from waste (EFW) technologies keep emerging, making the exploitation of renewable energy sources more and more efficient. Biomass, anaerobic digestion for the creation of biogas, combined heat & power, and EFW were on the top of the agenda at many shows this year,” says Anke Adams of CAD Schroer. We attended with the goal of making it more affordable for renewable energy plant providers to plan and deliver new projects.”
CAD Schroer demonstrated its MPDS4 3D plant engineering software, which allows project engineers to design plants of any size, route and connect services, and quickly cost Brownfield or Greenfield projects. CAD Schroer offers a 70% discount to companies using the software on renewable energy projects, along with discounted maintenance and support services.
Free Renewable Energy Conference Program
Nextgen 2013 featured a high level conference program all around energy efficiency, carbon reduction, as well as financing, planning, building and operating renewable energy generation plants. Speakers in four different theatres concentrated on biogas and biomass for the agri-rural sector, and CHP and on-site power production for urban areas, as well as updating visitors on the latest legislation and industry analyses.
“We look forward to continually contributing to the renewables debate with engineering software expertise, and with technology that makes the large-scale plant design process as productive and cost effective as possible,” Anke Adams concludes.