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Kenya’s President commissions GEG wellhead plants

During Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta’s visit last week to Olkaria for the official groundbreaking for the Olkaria V geothermal project, accompanied by Kenya Electricity Generating Company’s (KenGen) senior management, the President also visited OLK-15 the latest geothermal wellhead plant delivered and built for KenGen by Green Energy Geothermal. Green Energy […]

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GEG wins contract to supply geothermal power plant in Iceland

Green Energy Geothermal (GEG), the world’s first provider of turn-key flash type modular geothermal wellhead power plants, has been awarded a contract to supply and build a 5 MW turbine-generator package for the Bjarnarflag Geothermal Power Plant in the Northeast of Iceland. GEG was awarded the contract by Landsvirkjun, the National […]

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GEG receives ISO certification for its Quality Management System

Today, GEG received a certification for its Quality Management System, verifying compliance with the ISO 9001:2008. GEG focuses on delivering innovative turnkey geothermal solutions on a worldwide basis, utilising our extensive industry expertise and modular design, to the benefit of our customers. We are committed to achieving high standards of […]

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KenGen pioneering geothermal wellhead power plants

Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) continues to share its pride about the geothermal wellhead plants built at Olkaria in Kenya.   KenGen pioneered the geothermal wellhead condensing technology in the world.^ZB #KenGenFacts #PoweringKenya pic.twitter.com/wjZLh1pFAZ — KenGenKenya (@KenGenKenya) February 16, 2017 Green Energy Geothermal is proud having delivered the plants to […]

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Stepwise resource development sensible for African geothermal ambitions

In a recent article on how the East African country of Tanzania can learn from geothermal power house Iceland, various elements are mentioned on how the country could and should develop its geothermal resources. One point in particular was raised which relates to speed up development and provide a better […]

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GEG at the IIGCE exhibition in Jakarta, Indonesia

GEG attended the recent 4th Indonesian International Geothermal Convention & Exhibition 2016 in Jakarta, Indonesia. At the event, GEG maintained a booth and was present with its team, highlighting the great opportunities provided with a modular development approach with geothermal wellhead power plants. We thank all people for their interest in […]

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Small scale development could jumpstart development in Africa

A recent interview with Amanda Lonsdale, Institutional and Commercial Development Advisor, East Africa Geothermal Energy Facility (EAGER) for the British Department for International Development (DFID) provides a great insight into geothermal development in East Africa. With a 15 year career in the geothermal sector and extensive experience on international development, […]

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Caribbean geothermal development picking up

The Caribbean region depends heavily on diesel for power generation, which is a big concern based on the uncertainty of oil prices and energy security, as well as for climate change concerns. There is a huge push for utilising renewable energy technology to clean up power generation in the region […]

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GEG supports wildlife conservation in Kenya

In November 2015, Green Energy Geothermal supported the Elephant Neighbors Center.in their campaign of the “Ivory Belongs to Elephants Walk 2015” by buying 170 T-shirts. Jim Nyamu the founder and the Executive Director for Elephant Neighbors Center. ENC came to site and gave a presentation, on why conserving wildlife in Kenya […]

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