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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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Apart from hydropower projects, the company also owns the fourth and the seventh largest geothermal power plants in the world, which are the 448-MW Makban Geothermal Power Plant in Laguna and Batangas, and the 234-MW Tiwi Geothermal Power Plant in Albay, respectively.
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.
5-magnitude earthquake damaged transmission lines and geothermal power plants in Leyte province.
DiPippo is the foremost world authority and consultant on Geothermal Power Plants.
President Director of Pertamina Dwi Soetjipto said here in a release on Sunday that the investment fund will be used to enhance the capacity of the geothermal power plants from 505 Megawatt to 907 Megawatt by 2019.
Typical geothermal power plants tap into hot water that is deep under ground, pull the heat off the hot water, use that heat to generate electricity, and then return the cooler water back to the deep subsurface.
later this month will start a full-fledged study on a plan to build one of Japan's largest geothermal power plants, government officials said Friday.
Steam turbines are a core component of geothermal power plants, said a statement from Mitsubishi.
Siemens Energy has developed a new steam turbine for geothermal power plants to serve the power range up to 120 MW.
The water reaches the Earth's surface through hot springs, geysers or geothermal power plants.
Along with the two geothermal power plants that already produce about 30 MW, another will be added that will generate up to 25 MW, and the sale of whose energy for the next 15 years has already been negotiated, reports elperiodico.
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.