Post Tagged with: "geothermal"

Best wishes for the holidays and a successful new year

The team of GEG Power wishes you, your families and colleagues a happy holidays and best wishes for a successful new geothermal year. This year’s picture shows a proud moment for our company, the new 5 MW Bjarnaflag geothermal power plant, built by GEG for Icelandic national power company Landsvirkjun. […]

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Smaller-sized or staged geothermal power plant development

At the Iceland Geothermal Conference held this week in Reykjavik, Iceland, several speakers addressed challenges of geothermal development in the context of attracting investor interest and speeding up development. At least three presentations at the conference covered in one way or another the approach to use geothermal wellhead power plants […]

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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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Decreasing the equity requirements with wellhead power plants

At the Iceland Geothermal Conference, Green Energy Geothermal gave a presentation as part of a session on competitiveness and innovation. Featuring three technology providers, including GEG, a proposed GeoMagma power plant and a presentation the competitiveness of the geothermal sector, the session focused on how different approaches could help in more […]

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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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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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