A recent video shared by Icelandic cooperation platform on climate issues and green solutions, Green by Iceland, provides a good overview on geothermal energy in Iceland. “Iceland has harnessed the potential of geothermal energy, heating 90% of its houses and producing 30% of its electricity with geothermal. Geothermal energy is […]Read More
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This video shows a timelapse of the construction of a 5 MW flash-condensing geothermal wellhead power plant. The plant was built for the client Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen). Construction on the site took 30 weeks, from the civil works, laying the foundations to the connection to the grid and […]Read More
Green Energy Geothermal (GEG), is proud to report the successful conclusion of its 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 Icelandic national power company Landsvirkjun to design, manufacture and supply […]Read More
Green Energy Group reports progress on the construction of the first geothermal wellhead plant as part of the larger contract with KenGen. OLK-02 is now taking shape with cooling towers, gen-sets and control room having been set up. “Everything is progressing according to plan and GEG expects to commission the […]Read More