geothermal power

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geothermal power

n
(Electrical Engineering) power generated using steam produced by heat emanating from the molten core of the earth
Translations
Geothermie
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Toshiba Corporation today announced that it has concluded a package deal agreement (PDA) with Zorlu Energy Group, an independent power producer and member of Turkeys Zorlu Holdings, for the supply of steam turbines and generators (STGs) for geothermal power plants that Zorlu Energy Group develops to construct in Turkey.
ldere III geothermal power plant will produce 720 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year.
5-magnitude earthquake damaged transmission lines and geothermal power plants in Leyte province.
DiPippo's experience with the Olkaria Geothermal Power Plant in Kenya, he has worked in many geothermally active US states and countries around the world.
5 MW second phase of the Don A Campbell geothermal power plant sells its electricity to Southern California Public Power Authority under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement.
75mw geothermal power plant and owns two exploration licenses with a total additional potential capacity of up to 30mw, all located in Guadeloupe Island, a French territory in the Caribbean.
The 907 MW capacity geothermal power plant is expected to reduce the use of fuel oil until 43,000 barrel oil equivalent per day.
The new power plant design resembles a cross between a typical geothermal power plant and the Large Hadron Collider: It features a series of concentric rings of horizontal wells deep underground.
The latest order represents the second steam turbine to be supplied by MHI to the Germencik Geothermal Power Plant, following a turbine delivered in 2008 for power generation unit No.
2 of the Germencik Geothermal Power Plant, for example, application of a 10-year feed-in tariff (FIT) program is planned.
The water reaches the Earth's surface through hot springs, geysers or geothermal power plants.
With the world's largest estimated geothermal resources and rapidly growing electricity demand, the Indonesian government is proactively laying groundwork to expand development of geothermal power plants, said Marubeni.