Renewable Energy Applications

Committed to environmentally sustainable practice, GRT’s soil stabilisation and dust control products, processes and services are both ideologically and practically suited to the global renewable energy sector.


The Challenge of Access

Reliable access to and from renewable energy farms is critical. And as more and more communities turn to renewable energy sources, these roads become an increasingly integral part of the process.

The biggest challenges associated with these kinds of remote facilities are access to quality construction materials and cost effective maintenance strategies. Typically, these issues lead to costly repairs and the problem of dust generation from unsealed surfaces. In turn, these lead to reduced visibility, health and safety concerns, plus the reduced effectiveness and efficiency of renewable energy infrastructure during operation.

Accumulated dust on the surface of solar panels can reduce a system’s efficiency by up to 50 per cent!


GRT’s innovative range of stabilisation, sealing and dust control products keeps productivity up by keeping dust down.

GRT soil stabilisation and dust control technologies can be used to stabilise and improve in-situ materials for use in road and site pad construction. Polymer sealing and dust suppression can be used to manage the surface of roads and exposed areas by creating a protective layer that maintains surface integrity and practically eliminates dust generation.

Long-term dust and erosion control options provide sustainable and easily applied environmentally sound management tools for roads, drains, cuttings, embankments and hardstands used for wind and solar farms, hydro-schemes, and geothermal plants.

As a “solutions based” company, GRT works with global alternative energy organisations all over the globe, and is known for its ability to solve difficult soil stabilisation and dust control challenges.

Using, improving and conserving in-situ materials in the creation of our roads and facilities solve time, money, environmental and logistical issues.