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GEG wins grant for research on low-temp geothermal project in India

GEG is proud to announce that we have won an ISK 30 million grant from the Ministry for Foreign Affairs in Iceland. We will be exploring if low-temperature geothermal energy could be used as an energy source for the cold storage for apples. The grant is provided by the Business Partnership […]

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Best wishes for the holidays and the new year from GEG

The team of GEG wishes you, your families and colleagues happy holidays and best wishes for a successful new geothermal year. This year’s picture shows the local lake near our office in Reykjavik, Iceland. This year has been an eventful year for all of us and while we cannot share […]

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GEG receives ISO 9001 – Quality Management System Certification

GEG recently received certification of the company quality management system according to international standard ISO 9001. The certification covers the provision of project management of design, procurement and construction, commissioning and associated services of geothermal power solutions. On the picture are from left  are Sigthor Jonsson, CEO and Snorri Einarsson, […]

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GEG has been acquired by Canadian energy developer & finance company

Canadian investor enters geothermal market with acquisition of Green Energy Iceland and Green Energy Geothermal Energy Co-Invest Global Corp. (ECC Global) has acquired all key assets of Green Energy Geothermal (GEG), a leading provider of turn-key modular geothermal wellhead power plants.  ECC Global is consolidating GEG’s operations at new global […]

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KenGen on its successful implementation of a modular wellhead strategy

In a case study presentation at the Iceland Geothermal Conference, Peter Chege, Assistant Manager, responsible for the Geothermal Wellhead plants at Kenya Electricity Generating Company Ltd. (KenGen) provided an insight into how KenGen successfully developed and implemented its geothermal wellhead strategy. He discussed early studies on utilising geothermal wells already drilled […]

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Construction at Bjarnarflag project in Iceland under way

In March 2017, GEG was awarded a contract to design, manufacture and supply a replacement back-pressure turbine and generator for the Bjarnarflag geothermal power plant of Icelandic national power company Landsvirkjun in Iceland. The plant has been in operation since 1969 and is now being updated. While the old plant […]

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KenGen & GEG win best presentation award

In a release, the U.S.-based Geothermal Resources Council announced the outstanding technical presentations from the Technical Sessions at the 41st GRC Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, the world’s largest annual geothermal energy event. The judging criteria included the technical content, the quality of the visual aids and […]

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GEG concludes installation of 15 geothermal wellhead plants in Kenya

During a commissioning ceremony at Olkaria in Kenya, Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta highlighted the importance of wellhead plants in speeding up geothermal power plant development in Kenya. GEG handed over the first geothermal wellhead plant to KenGen in November 2013 and has since brought an additional 14 plants online, with […]

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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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