DISTRIBUTED GEOTHERMAL HEAT POWER 

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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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

  

Learn more about our unique heat power technology:

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REFERENCE CASES

THE FLÚDAORKA POWER PLANT

Geothermal Heat Power  |  Flúðir, Iceland

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In 2017, Climeon teamed up with Icelandic project developer, Varmaorka, to employ the Climeon Heat Power System to harness geothermal resources in Iceland. In 2019, the first power plant was completed in Flúdir. The small 600 kW plant is now providing valuable energy to the nearby town where there was a growing need for energy stability for greenhouse operations...

Interested in our technology?

Contact a member of our Geothermal team for more information.

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