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Turboden enters the geothermal market by the front door

Turboden-Mitsubishi partnership aims to expand its geothermal references list as 5 new MW geothermal power plants are underway.

Ormat Completes the Don A. Campbell Geothermal Power Plant with Full 16 Megawatt (net) Output

New power plant constructed in nine months taps low-temperature geothermal resource in Nevada to serve California customers. ...
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Ormat Completes Acquisition of Platanares Geothermal Project in Honduras

Acquisition Includes Existing 35-Megawatt PPA; Drilling to Start Early Next Year. ...
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Green Energy Group orders Metso's valves again for its geothermal power plant installation in Kenya

Metso has already won its 10th repeat order from the Norwegian company Green Energy Group AS for Neles® rotary control valves and triple eccentric disc ...
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Success with Enhanced Geothermal Systems Changing the Future of Geothermal Power in the U.S.

DOE, Ormat and GeothermEx Collaboration Produces Electricity Using In-field EGS ...
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Enhanced Geothermal in Nevada

Extracting Heat From the Earth to Generate Sustainable Power ...
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Geothermal industry leads the way towards a more sustainable 2012

In 2011, the geothermal industry continued to build upon the growth of the last decade. ...
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Ormat Technologies Receives US$ 310 Million Commitment Letter to Refinance and Expand Its Olkaria III Geothermal Complex in Kenya

The maturity and certain other terms of the stand-by facility will be finalized following Ormat's decision to exercise the option to construct the additional 16 ...
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Transmission poses challenge as Nevada's geothermal companies look to future

If we build it, will they come? ...
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Panasonic Develops Thermoelectric Tubes for Compact Geothermal Electricity Generation and Waste Heat Recovery

Panasonic has developed innovative thermoelectric tubes especially suited for fluid heat source such as hot water and steam. ...
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Turboden enters the geothermal market by the front door

Turboden-Mitsubishi partnership aims to expand its geothermal references list as 5 new MW geothermal power plants are underway.

Ormat Completes the Don A. Campbell Geothermal Power Plant with Full 16 Megawatt (net) Output

New power plant constructed in nine months taps low-temperature geothermal resource in Nevada to serve California customers.

Ormat Completes Acquisition of Platanares Geothermal Project in Honduras

Acquisition Includes Existing 35-Megawatt PPA; Drilling to Start Early Next Year.

Green Energy Group orders Metso's valves again for its geothermal power plant installation in Kenya

Metso has already won its 10th repeat order from the Norwegian company Green Energy Group AS for Neles® rotary control valves and triple eccentric disc

Success with Enhanced Geothermal Systems Changing the Future of Geothermal Power in the U.S.

DOE, Ormat and GeothermEx Collaboration Produces Electricity Using In-field EGS

Enhanced Geothermal in Nevada

Extracting Heat From the Earth to Generate Sustainable Power

Geothermal industry leads the way towards a more sustainable 2012

In 2011, the geothermal industry continued to build upon the growth of the last decade.

Ormat Technologies Receives US$ 310 Million Commitment Letter to Refinance and Expand Its Olkaria III Geothermal Complex in Kenya

The maturity and certain other terms of the stand-by facility will be finalized following Ormat's decision to exercise the option to construct the additional 16

Panasonic Develops Thermoelectric Tubes for Compact Geothermal Electricity Generation and Waste Heat Recovery

Panasonic has developed innovative thermoelectric tubes especially suited for fluid heat source such as hot water and steam.
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