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 

Geothermal heat power will play an important role in the transition to renewable power production since it can replace fossil fuels as the dispatchable baseload.  

In the illustration you can see an example of a Climeon binary power plant that utilizes hot water from the ground to produce electricity, the hot water is then returned to the ground at a lower temperature. 

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Climeon believes that distributed geothermal heat power utilizing low-temperature resources has the chance to revolutionize the geothermal heat power industry. By focusing on resources at lower temperature the potential of places that can harness geothermal heat power increases widely and enables it to become a distributed baseload for communities all over the world.

Climeon works in close cooperation with established developers and specialized geothermal engineering firms. The first Climeon geothermal heat power plants are operating in Iceland and Japan. Next in line is Taiwan.


The system's low-pressure levels allow a compact and modular design, making it easily scalable from 150kW modules to several MWs for larger installations. Combined with an overall power plant design that is made up of pre-configured building blocks means that the start from design to a operational power plant can be shortened substantially from the traditional approach within geothermal.  

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The system can be configured both in parallel and series. This flexibility makes it possible to optimize the utilization of the available flow and temperature. The practical aspect of modularity is that you can use the same product to expand your project, hassle-free.

The Climeon Heat Power module is flexible and can be used for different flows and temperatures without any customization, making it perfect for all projects that want a quick and secure deployment.

Let’s say you’ve drilled a well and discovered you have 60 liters per second of 100°C hot water. You want to start producing power as soon as possible, but you believe that the heat source has higher potential. Then you can simply install six modules now and add more in the future as you expand your project.



    • 150 kW modules
    • High efficiency
    • Serial and parallel connection
    • Plug and play
    • Flexible arrangement



The biggest challenges for geothermal development are the costs and risks associated with the exploration. Before you drilled your resource you do not know what you got” is a statement you often hear from the exploration team in a geothermal development that is in many ways true. But the modular design enables an operational flexibility that can mitigate resource risks and increase project success rate   

Climeon Heat Power System consists of 150 kW modules and the power plant can therefore be designed to fit the characteristics of each individual well. This saves cost and gives a better utilization of the resource since each production well is operated at its specific conditions instead of being mixed in a larger gathering system. 

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