When we think of onshore technology, we imagine shorelines crowded with constructed structures. Yam Pro Energy is changing that misconception.
Yam Pro Energy's floaters are barely visible, because they are submerged in water. All floater are connected to one plant that is located on wave breakers and unused coastal structures, not in areas of prime real estate. The plant's location minimizes skyline obstruction, so locals and tourists can still enjoy stunning sunsets and the ocean's horizon.
Yam Pro Energy's floaters are located in the water, but they are never placed near or in the way of recreational or commercial water ways. Floaters are installed on the unused side of wave breakers and coastal structures facing the incoming waves. These locations do not obstruct the use of the local water way, but rather help preserve the recreational area. They act as a barrier between the waves and the wave breaker and absorb the impact of the waves, and make the wave breakers last longer and the recreational area more relaxing.
Protecting the Environment
Marine life is very sensitive to any changes in their environment, and Yam Pro Energy is very aware of that. Yam Pro Energy constructs the floaters on pre-existing man made structures, so they do not disrupt any naturally occurring ecosystems. We also do not create a new presence on the sea floor that offshore technologies do.
Even clean energy sources can be sources of pollution, and Yam Pro Energy is trying to stay one step ahead of that problem. Yam Pro Energy is a clean energy source uses hydraulic fluid to generate electricity so there are no pollutants, but there is always a potential for a fluid leak. To prevent any harm to the water and the life in it, Yam Pro Energy uses biodegradable hydraulic fluid to prevent any kind of pollution.