DISTRIBUTED GEOTHERMAL HEATPOWER

Geothermal heat power utilizes the stored heat in the earth in geologically active areas of the world. It delivers clean electricity 24/7, 365 days a year 

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REVOLUTIONIZING GEOTHERMAL POWER

RENEWABLE - FOR REAL

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By focusing on resources at lower temperatures the potential of places that can harness geothermal heat power increases widely and enables it to become a distributed baseload energy source for communities all over the world.

MITIGATE RISK & INCREASE SUCCESS

FLEXIBLE SCALABLE DESIGN

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The system's low pressure levels allow for a compact and modular design, making it easily scalable. The modular design enables an operational flexibility that can mitigate resource risks and increase project success rate

  

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REFERENCE CASES

The Kitsune Power Plant

The Kitsune power plant is a hot spring binary power plant connected to the Japanese onsen spa, Midori, in the village of Okuhida in the Gifu region of Japan. Using the spa’s geothermal well water heat to produce electricity gives the spa a reliable source of renewable electricity…

The Shika Power Plant

The Shika power plant is a binary power plant (150kWe) installed in connection to the 2MWe Waita flash system geothermal power plant in the Kumamoto region. Climeon’s HeatPower system increases the plant’s efficiency via a bottoming cycle…

The Sansui Power Plant

The Sansui power plant was constructed following the successful installation of the Shika power plant located in the same village in the Kumamoto region in Japan. The power plant consists of two sites that generate power from a shared steam well…

The Reykholt Power Plant

Reykholt is a tiny village in west Iceland, the local priest realized the potential to not only utilize the town’s geothermal resource for heating, but also produce electricity seeing as the existing well's hot water was far warmer than required by the district heating system…

The Flúdaorka Power Plant

The Flúdaorka Power Plant is located just outside Flúdir in southeast Iceland. The area is rich in geothermal heat, mainly used for district heating and green houses. There was an existing well, not in operation, when the planning of the power plant was initialized...

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