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    One of the International Energy and Environment Foundation's (IEEF) main lines of activity is identifying, initiating and sponsoring energy and environment projects that promote the foundation's mission and objectives. IEEF is currently overseeing several projects and initiatives. The number of projects is expected to grow as IEEF diversifies its activities and broadens its scope of operation. Scientists, industrialists and scientific organizations are encouraged to propose to IEEF cooperation initiatives in IEEF's fields of competence.

IEEF is always involved in a number of external projects with other organisations and universities. IEEF members benefit significantly from our involvement in this type of project, by having the opportunity to get involved at all stages. As well as being in a position to influence project direction, provide feedback which is truly taken onboard, and benefit from the outcomes.

 

 

 1   CFD Center.

The use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) to simulate engineering phenomena continues to grow throughout many engineering disciplines. The results of CFD analyses are relevant in: conceptual studies of new designs, detailed product development, troubleshooting, and redesign. The added insight and understanding gained from engineering design modelling gives us confidence in our design proposals, avoiding the added costs of over-sizing and over-specification, while reducing risk. This allows us to investigate more design options and "what if" scenarios than ever before.
CFD centerís engineering services are designed to provide high-quality solutions, targeted to your specific projects and needs. Our team offers high-level expertise for fluid flow analysis, design and optimization, as well as dedicated solutions for fluid/solid multiphysics. By choosing us as a consultant for your projects, you will benefit from our highly-qualified human resources, as well as additional computational resources. The support of our consulting team will help you carry out your projects efficiently, reducing your working time and ensuring the most high-quality outcome.

 

 2   Wind Energy Investigation in Najaf City.


 
Wind energy production on selected location


Monitoring program of Najaf wind resources

 

 3   Investigate Solar Photovoltaic Power Plant Projects in Najaf City.



Solar energy production on selected location


Monitoring program of Najaf solar resources

 

 4   Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Project Investigation for Najaf City.


Monitoring program of Najaf wind-solar resources

 

 5   Solar for Schools.

 

The Solar for schools project is one of the IEEF projects. It was made possible by contributions from solar supporters in the IEEF members for Schools Program. With no moving parts, noise, or pollution, the solar energy system will convert sunshine into electricity, heating, and lighting for decades to come. With its physical proximity and the availability of on-line production information, students, teachers, and anyone interested to learn more about the viability of solar energy.
 
Education Benefits
This project is more than just watts of electricity, heating, or lighting. The system reduces the schoolís electric bills, and generates renewable energy production incentives, creating a resource that the school will reinvest to enhance education efforts and implement further energy saving measures.
School teachers use the project to facilitate real-life learning across the curriculum, generating tremendous educational benefits. The online monitoring of the energy produced and carbon emissions avoided provide an opportunity for everyone else to learn more about local renewable energy.
With its physical proximity and the availability of on-site and on-line information, the Solar for School Project will serve for many years to spur the interest in renewable energy for students. It has sent the message to students throughout Najaf city that solar energy is an important upcoming primary energy source. It will encourage them to work towards incorporating more clean energy systems into their schools and throughout Najaf city. We believe the effect this Project will have on the studentís learning, and their future decision-making as adults, can only be positive.

 

  • Daylight
  • Thermal
  • Photovoltaic

 

 

 6   Najaf . . . Saffron New Homeland.

 

Since its foundation, The International Energy and Environment Foundation (IEEF) interested in improving the situation of the environment in Iraq, where it has several projects and activities in this regard. Among these pilot projects, comes agriculture and indigenization of saffron plant project in Najaf, Iraq.
Saffron is a spice derived from the flower of Crocus Sativus, commonly known as the saffron crocus. Crocus is a genus in the family Iridaceae.
This project is implemented in two stages:
The first stage: Pioneering Agriculture: where is planting limited area and under inspection for the purpose of follow-up agricultural conditions and took the basic data for the stages of plant growth.
The second stage: Production Agriculture: where is planting large areas and productive quantities.
This project is an important achievement, which is the first of its kind in Iraq in general and in the holy city of Najaf, in particular, where large tracts of land will be invested to cultivate this important and useful plant, and in addition to its commercial benefits, it will contribute stabilize the topsoil and preservation of erosion and improve the climate in the adjacent areas.

 

 

 

 

 

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