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modular, incremental development and village power to remote sites Geothermal and the Environment 4/19/2017 Geothermal and the Environment Geothermal energy is clean energy and renewable Geothermal power stations emit less greenhouse gases compared to other sources of energy Emissions (kg/MWhr). From Reed and Renner, 1995 heat from the Earth Transmitted: Conduction Convection 4/19/2017 WHAT IS GEOTHERMAL Geothermal Energy heat from the Earth Transmitted: Conduction Convection fluids/


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, under pressure Geopressurized – hot, high-pressure brines (saline water) with dissolved methane Hot dry rock Magma Figure 5.1 A hydrothermal geothermal resource Source: Barbier (2002, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 6, 63–65, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/13640321) Geothermal energy can be used: Directly for heating To generate electricity Figure 5.2 Agricultural uses of heat Figure 5.3a US subsurface temperature/


THE POTENTIAL OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY

times what might be available from shale oils, tar sands or heavy oils. Bruce L. Cutright THE POTENTIAL OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY Comparison of the costs per kilowatt hour to generate electricity from alternative/renewable sources versus hydrocarbon sources How does the production of electricity by geothermal energy compare with other “Renewables”? Cheaper than Wind, Photovoltaics, concentrating Solar. Competitive with Oil and Natural gas. Still more expensive/


Richard Simmons Drilling Company, Inc. 60 Drill Rig Drive, Buchanan, Virginia 24066 Telephone (540) 254-2289 Geothermal Heating & Cooling How it Works.

Below ground Circulating water return to earth Circulating water supply from earth Earth (Heat Source) The earth replaces outdoor air as the heat source. An underground circulating water system transfers energy from the earth to the evaporating refrigerant. Cold refrigerant liquid and vapor mix Geothermal Heat Pump – Cooling Mode In a geothermal system in cooling mode, the earth replaces outside air as the heat sink/


Includes  Biomass  Hydropower  Geothermal  Wind  Solar.

emit 97% less acid rain-causing sulfur compounds than are emitted by fossil fuel plants. After the steam and water from a geothermal reservoir have been used, they are injected back into the Earth.  Hydropower is the renewable energy source that produces the most electricity in the United States. It accounted for 6% of total U.S. electricity generation and 67% of generation/


Plan 1.Introduction to the concept of renewable energy 2.Sources and kinds of renewable energy a) Solar energy b) Hydro energy c) Wind energy d) Geothermal.

separated from the water, the water is diverted through a turbine engine which turns a generator. Usually the water is injected back into the ground to resupply the geothermal source Power plants generate electricity from geothermal energy. They can be: Dry steam pp  steam is taken out of fractures in the ground and used to directly drive a turbine that spins a generator Flash/


Achieving Energy Sustainability Chapter 13. Current Energy Usage Global Energy Use US Energy Use.

 water back into reservoir to reheated and used again – Just like a coal plant, but no burning required Can be installed anywhere regardless of whether there is geothermal energy Ground source heat pump Geothermal Plant Geothermal Suitability Ground Source Heat Pumps can be used anywhere Sites for direct use are somewhat limited Sites for electricity generation are significantly limited to areas with high geologic activity http/


UMASS AMHERST Continuing & Professional Education GeoScience Series Geothermal Heat Pumps: Concept to Completion Basic Review Energy Budget Physics Behind.

+ ET = IR space + IR ground (77) (358) (18) (86) (200) (340) UMASS AMHERST Continuing & Professional Education GeoScience Series Geothermal Heat Pumps: Concept to Completion 16 NASA UMASS AMHERST Continuing & Professional Education GeoScience Series Geothermal Heat Pumps: Concept to Completion 17 Earth’s Other Energy Source Radioactive decay of three elements 238 U, 232 Th and 40 K produce most of Earth’s internal heat/


Geothermal Energy A Renewable Resource. History There wasn’t an official founder of geothermal energy, however there were numerous individuals that helped.

can sustain its consumption rate. Unlike more conventional resources such as coal and fossil fuels, the energy we gather from below the Earth’s surface is practically unlimited. Harnessing energy using these methods can be considered non- polluting. In other words, geothermal energy is a green energy source. Geothermal heating and cooling systems can save a lot of money. It is not unusual to save up to/


Alternative Energy Sources. Background Our current primary energy source (fossil fuels) is a limited and non-renewable resource. Our current primary energy.

fuels or splitting of atoms. The use of renewable energy is contributing to our energy supply. The use of renewable energy is contributing to our energy supply. Some alternative energy sources are: biomass, geothermal, hydroelectric, solar, wind power, and hydrogen fuel cells. Some alternative energy sources are: biomass, geothermal, hydroelectric, solar, wind power, and hydrogen fuel cells. Biomass biomass energy or "bioenergy"—the energy from plants and plant- derived materials. Biomass is/


California’s Resources: Geothermal Energy By: Brandon Balinado, George Kopti, & Austin Haddox.

of population will probably not make geothermal energy our primary source of energy Geothermal energy can be an important alternative energy. (Kolankiewicz) Questions? Works Cited 10 Reasons to Use Geothermal Energy. 2013. Web Article. 7 February 2013.. California Energy Commission. Geothermal Energy in California. 5 January 2013. Web Article. 7 February 2013.. Dan Jennejohn. "Green Jobs Through Geothermal Energy." October 2010. Geo-energy. Geothermal Energy Association. PDF. 7 February 2013.. Kolankiewicz/


Geothermal Advantages By Katie. Geothermal Energy Advantages Summary Geothermal energy is a cheap, clean and plentiful energy source. It will be here.

will be here forever and is not harmful to the environment. Learn more about the good things in geothermal energy in this power point. Geothermal Advantages – A Clean Energy Source Geothermal energy is one of the cleanest energy sources. When geothermal energy is being made into electricity, dry steam power plants make very low levels of pollution. At a hot water (binary) power plant, there is no pollution created, and the/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. AP Environmental Science Mr. Grant Lesson 101 Wind Power & Geothermal Energy.

, and this water may be exhausted if it is over- pumped. Enhanced geothermal systems allow us to gain geothermal energy from more regions, but the approach can trigger earthquakes. Ground source heat pumps heat and cool homes and businesses by circulating water whose temperature is moderated underground. © 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Geothermal EnergyGeothermal energy  thermal energy from beneath Earth’s surface  Radioactive decay of elements under extremely high/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Warm Up Section 18.1 – Renewable Energy Today Think about how your.

nations. Describe how hydroelectric energy, geothermal energy, and geothermal heat pumps work. Chapter 18 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 Renewable Energy Today Renewable Energy Renewable energy is energy from sources that are constantly being formed. Types of renewable energy includes: solar energy wind energy the power of moving water Earth’s heat. Remember, all sources of energy, including renewable sources, affect the environment. Chapter/


5 th Grade Alternative Energy Click on this picture to see a little history about our energy use and the importance for us to find alternative energy resources.

Old Faithful erupt on a schedule? Check this out to see how geysers erupt and recharge: http://youtu.be/X4zA_YPCyHshttp://youtu.be/X4zA_YPCyHs Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy Geothermal Energy Basics Most geothermal resources are near tectonic plate boundaries The most active geothermal resources are usually found along major tectonic plate boundaries where earthquakes and volcanoes are located. One of the most active/


Renewable and Alternative Energy Sources. World Wide Energy Production 15.2% alternative 84.8% fossil fuels.

reserves that will last a couple of centuries, the known reserves of oil are expected to be exhausted in your lifetime... Clearly, alternative energy sources are needed for the future Alternative Energy Sources We will look at: Solar energy Geothermal power Hydropower Tidal Power Ocean thermal energy conversion Wind energy Biomass Alternative Energy Sources Solar Energy The Sun is free (nobody owns or controls it) In principle, the amount of solar/


Geothermal Energy Stephen Lawrence Leeds School of Business University of Colorado Boulder, CO 80309-0419.

Energy0.0660.0650.064 0.063 Wind Energy0.0570.0700.1050.1150.143 http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/solar.renewables/page/geothermal/geothermal.html U.S. Energy Consumption by Energy Source, 2000-2004 (Quadrillion Btu) Advantages of Geothermal http://www.earthsci.org/mineral/energy/geother/geother.htm Heat from the Earth’s Center Earths core maintains temperatures in excess of 5000°C –Heat radual radioactive decay/


Top Secret Alternative Sources of Energy UtahNeeds You! Utah Needs You! Brian D. Beadle Webquest Designer ©

environmental concerns and issues (cons) How are you going to address the environmental concerns and issues (cons) ProcessResourcesConclusionTaskEvaluation Resources Sources of Suggested Alternative Energy. Biomass Biomass Biomass Nuclear Nuclear Nuclear Solar Solar Solar Hydro-electric Hydro-electric Hydro-electric Wind Wind Wind Geothermal Geothermal Geothermal ProcessResourcesConclusionTaskEvaluation Biomass Resource Resource What is it and how does it work What is it and how does it work/


Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Warm Up Section 18.1 – Renewable Energy Today Think about how your.

nations. Describe how hydroelectric energy, geothermal energy, and geothermal heat pumps work. Chapter 18 Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Section 1 Renewable Energy Today Renewable Energy Renewable energy is energy from sources that are constantly being formed. Types of renewable energy includes: solar energy wind energy the power of moving water Earth’s heat. Remember, all sources of energy, including renewable sources, affect the environment. Chapter/


Energy and Hazardous Waste. Coal Ch 19: 531-536 We use a variety of energy sources We use energy in our homes, machinery, and vehicles and to provide.

use a variety of energy sources We use energy in our homes, machinery, and vehicles and to provide comfort and conveniences Most of our energy comes from the sun -Solar, wind, hydroelectric, photosynthesis, biomass Fossil fuels = highly combustible substances from the remains of organisms from past geologic ages A great deal of energy emanates from Earth’s core -Geothermal power Immense amounts of energy reside in an/


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- 2 The presence of any of the above is a good indication of the proximity of a geothermal energy source. Drilling a hole into the earth in these locations – a geothermal production well - can very often allow us to tap into the geothermal reservoir and use the heat to produce electricity or for some other process. There are different technologies used to produce electricity depending/


GEOTHERMAL ENERGY Geothermal energy heat (thermal) from the earth (geo) thermal energy in the rock and fluid that fills fractures and pores within the.

rock in the earth’s crust. The earth’s initial energy from its molten state is sustained thru energy input from the sun and radioactive decay deep within the earth. Topics – Geothermal EnergyGeothermal Energy, Its Origin and History  Geothermal Resources, Hydrothermal SourcesGeothermal Technologies (Vapor, Flash, Binary, Hybrid)  Emissions and Availability of Geothermal Plants  Cost of Geothermal Power  Geothermal Plants in the Philippines and US  Operational & Environmental Problems  Mitigating/


Geothermal Resources on both sides of the International Border Los recursos geotérmicos en ambos lados de la Frontera Wilfred A. Elders Dept. of Earth.

Elders, Campbell, and Carreon, 1983 mic? How can we make the Geothermal Industry more economic? ELDERS Clean Energy across the Border - February 201614 Source California ISO - Fast Facts: The Duck Curve. Net Load is the difference between forecasted load and expected electricity production from variable energy sources Move away from being only Baseload Supplier Build Energy Storage (Batteries or pumped storage)! Build Hybrid Plants! ELDERS Clean/


By: James Edwards and Siobhan Coughlan. o What is Geothermal Energy? o Facts About Geothermal Energy o How is Geothermal Energy Used? o How Does Geothermal.

This Had Any Disadvantages? o Canada’s Hot Spots For Geothermal Energy o Geothermal energy means earth heat, it is heat that originates from within the earth’s interior o Earth’s geothermal energy comes from the intensely hot core o Geothermal energy comes mostly from two primary sources:  Primordial heat, this source is a result of the mass and energy of cosmic matter colliding at high speeds that created earth/


Alex DeCamp Shintaro Hori Kimberly Jongsma Qian Zhang Neighborhood Geothermal for Ann Arbor.

sustainability by utilizing geothermal energy. Huron Highlands will lead as an example of neighborhood geothermal implementation. What is Geothermal? Geothermal energy system utilizes constant temperature of the earth below surface level to promote energy efficiency and reduce the operational costs of heating and cooling system. A typical residential geothermal system is made up of three components 1. Ground loop 2. Heat pump 3. Delivery system Source:http://www.matternetwork/


5 th Grade Alternative Energy Click on this picture to see a little history about our energy use and the importance for us to find alternative energy resources.

boundaries where earthquakes and volcanoes are located. One of the most active geothermal areas in the world is called the Ring of Fire. Source: U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy 5 th Grade Energy Review Excellent diagrams to show how the energy sources actually create energy. Great to show that most energy sources turn turbines (mechanical energy) to produce the electricity. http://www.greenmountain.com/resources/enviro- kids/renewable/


Renewable and Alternative Energy Sources. World Wide Energy Production 15.2% alternative 84.8% fossil fuels.

, which has known reserves that will last a couple of centuries, the known reserves of oil are expected to be exhausted in your lifetime... Clearly, alternative energy sources are needed for the future Alternative Energy Sources We will look at: Solar energy Geothermal power Hydropower Tidal Power Wind energy Biomass Alternative Energy Sources Solar Energy The Sun is free (nobody owns or controls it) In principle, the amount of solar/


What is Energy? Energy is the ability to do work Comes in two forms –Kinetic The energy of a body in motion –Potential The energy that is pent up ready.

within the earth We can use the steam and hot water produced inside the earth to heat buildings or generate electricity Geothermal energy is a renewable energy source because the water is replenished by rainfall and the heat is continuously produced inside the earth Geothermal Geothermal energy is generated in the earths core, about 4,000 miles below the surface Temperatures hotter than the suns surface are/


Geothermal Energy Maren Hamby Ashley Dolan. Geothermal EnergyGeothermal energy: heat from the Earth Clean, continuous, sustainable energy Clean, continuous,

Geothermal Energy Maren Hamby Ashley Dolan Geothermal EnergyGeothermal energy: heat from the Earth Clean, continuous, sustainable energy Clean, continuous, sustainable energy Renewable because Earths internal heat is limitless, it is an inexhaustible source of energy Renewable because Earths internal heat is limitless, it is an inexhaustible source of energy Travels by conduction Travels by conduction Goal: using natural unlimited energy from the earth Goal: using natural unlimited energy from the earth /


Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Chapter 16.

artificially cheap Few large and long-lasting government incentives What about the rebound effect? We Can Use Renewable Energy in Place of Nonrenewable Energy Sources Renewable energy Solar energy: direct or indirect Geothermal energy Benefits of shifting toward a variety of locally available renewable energy resources Forms of renewable energy would be cheaper if we eliminate Inequitable subsidies Inaccurate prices 16-3 What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of/


Chapter: Energy and Energy Resources

help fish bypass some dams, fish ladders are being installed. Alternative Sources of Energy 3 Alternative Sources of Energy New sources of energy that are safer and cause less harm to the environment are called alternative resources. Alternative resources include solar energy, wind, and geothermal energy. Sources of Energy 3 Solar Energy The Sun is the origin of almost all the energy that is used on Earth. Because the Sun will go on/


P1.3.1 Transferring electrical energy

works in a table or bubble diagram... How How does it work? Nuclear Gas Oil Coal Solar Wind Tidal Hydroelectric Geothermal A Nuclear Nuclear fuel is a non-renewable energy source. The atoms of Uranium split or decay converting stored nuclear energy into kinetic energy It has many advantages to fossil fuels for example it does not produce carbon dioxide and sulphur dioxide. It produces/


TERRESTRIAL HEAT – energy from the inside of the Earth

new water to geothermal reservoirs. Production from individual geothermal fields can be sustained for decades and perhaps centuries. The U.S. Department of Energy classifies geothermal energy as renewable. CONSERVATION OF RESOURCES : When we use renewable geothermal energy for direct use /is used. Visual Protection. A geothermal plant sits right on top of its fuel source: no additional land is needed such as for mining coal or for transporting oil or gas. When geothermal power plants and drill rigs are/


Renewable Energy Today

developed and developing countries. To describe how hydroelectric energy, geothermal energy, and geothermal heat pumps work. Content This section describes renewable energy sources including solar, wind power, biomass fuels, hydroelectricity, and geothermal energy. Key terms Renewable energy Passive solar heating Active solar heating Biomass fuel Hydroelectric energy Geothermal energy Learning activities Calculating calories in Sunlight Exploration Lab Energy Subsidies: Your Choice Construction of a solar/


Renewable Energy Alternatives

, or electricity generation. A front loader moves coal at a the Dunkirk steam station, in New York, which will soon be set up for cofiring biomass. Biomass Energy Sources Lesson 18.1 Biomass and Geothermal Energy Biomass Energy Sources Solids: Wood, charcoal, manure, agricultural and timber waste, switchgrass Liquids (biofuels): Ethanol and biodiesel Gases: Methane “landfill gas” produced by breakdown of waste in landfills Did You/


Disclaimer FORWARD LOOKING INFORMATION: This presentation contains certain forward-looking statements relating, but not limited, to DEEP Earth Energy.

the Williston Basin, additional land acquisitions and general corporate expenses 5 Mission, Vision and Strategy: Mission: Developing geothermal resources to meet increasing energy needs with secure, clean and renewable energy Vision: To be the first Saskatchewan geothermal power producer by understanding that geothermal energy is: 1.Sustainable- a perpetual natural energy source 2.GREEN - zero carbon-based fuel consumption 3.Profitable - Can be the lowest cost of alternative/


Energy and Mineral Resources for People’s Welfare MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF NEW. RENEWABLE.

government in accordance with their authority obliged to increase the supply of new and renewable energy. III.Law No. 30/2009 on Electricity Artc. 6 : The utilization of primary energy sources for national electricity need should prioritize the sources of new and renewable energy. IV.Government Regulation No. 59/2007 on Geothermal Business Activities, as amanded in GR No. 70/2010 V.Presidential Regulation No. 04/


GEOTHERMAL ENERGY APPLICATIONS DEVELOPED IN BIHOR COUNTY AND AT UNIVERSITY OF ORADEA Mircea GORDAN 1, Cristian VANCEA 2, Cornelia GORDAN 3, Maria BITTENBINDER.

Oradea, 410087 Oradea, str. Universitatii nr. 1, bitmari@gmail.com;bitmari@gmail.com 5 University of Oradea, 410087 Oradea, str. Universitatii nr. 1, costea.monica@yahoo.itcostea.monica@yahoo.it Geothermal energy is an important green, accessible and clean energy source, used all over the world for different industrial, social and domestic applications. First part of this paper presents the distribution of/


Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

advantages and disadvantages of extracting heat from the earth’s interior (geothermal energy) and using it to heat buildings and water, and produce /sources Moderate environmental impact Fig. 17-32, p. 410 How Would You Vote? To conduct an instant in-class survey using a classroom response system, access “JoinIn Clicker Content” from the PowerLecture main menu for Living in the Environment. Should the United States (or the country where you live) greatly increase its dependence on geothermal energy/


This lecture will help you understand:

are silent and nonpolluting and won’t need to be recharged 17-45 Conclusion Many people are convinced that we need to shift to renewable energy Renewable sources include solar, wind, geothermal, and ocean energy sources and hydrogen fuel Renewable energy sources have been held back by inadequate funding and by artificially cheap prices for nonrenewable resources 17-46 QUESTION: Review Which of these is not a/


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the deep sea hydrothermal vents, including the presence of inorganic compartments, versatile catalysts, and sources of organic matter. In contrast to deep-sea vents, the geothermal fields: are conducive to synthetic reactions and enable the involvement of solar light as an energy source and a selective factor. Image: Wikipedia Anoxic geothermal fields could habour not only the first cells, but also the earlier life forms/


VCE Environmental Science

years. Nuclear power stations cannot be switched on and off easily Renewable Energy Sources Definition Renewable Energy Sources Renewable energy is energy that is derived from sources that can be replenished within the human civilisation time span. Generally, renewable energy includes: Solar Energy (From Sun) Wind Energy (From general spinning of turbines) Hydro Energy (From Sea, Rivers and Dams) Geothermal (From the heat of the planet’s core) Biogas (methane gas generated/


Copyright © 2013 Pearson Canada Inc. © 2010 Pearson Education Canada 17 Energy Alternatives PowerPoint ® Slides prepared by Stephen Turnbull Copyright.

recharged 17-86 Copyright © 2013 Pearson Canada Inc. Conclusion Many people are convinced that we need to shift to renewable energy sources that will not run out and will pollute far less Renewable sources include solar, wind, geothermal, and ocean energy sources and hydrogen fuel Renewable energy sources have been held back by inadequate funding and by artificially cheap prices for nonrenewable resources Whether we can also limit/


WRSC Renewable Energy Solutions For Utility-Scale Applications

have minor panel disposal issues. Biogas generation typically improves air quality, since methane from landfills is used as an energy source instead of being released into the atmosphere. Geothermal energy has low environmental risk and impact. When used with a closed-loop binary power plant, geothermal systems emit zero greenhouse gas emissions and have a near zero environmental risk or impact. Typically parabolic trough power/


Geothermal Energy: An Overview Kenneth M. Klemow, Ph.D. Wilkes University Kenneth M. Klemow, Ph.D. Wilkes University.

Points to be covered  The deep earth as a thermal source  Direct uses of geothermal energy  Types of geothermal electrical generation  Benefits of geothermal power generation  Current levels of electrical generation capacity worldwide  Issues regarding geothermal  The WebQuest  The deep earth as a thermal source  Direct uses of geothermal energy  Types of geothermal electrical generation  Benefits of geothermal power generation  Current levels of electrical generation capacity worldwide  Issues/


Chapter 13 Section 3.

help fish bypass some dams, fish ladders are being installed. Alternative Sources of Energy 3 Alternative Sources of Energy New sources of energy that are safer and cause less harm to the environment are called alternative resources. Alternative resources include solar energy, wind, and geothermal energy. Sources of Energy 3 Solar Energy The Sun is the origin of almost all the energy that is used on Earth. Because the Sun will go on/


Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energyeere.energy.gov WELCOME Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy U.S. Department of Energy Geothermal Technologies.

hot dry rock Sources: Retrospective Benefit-Cost Evaluation of U.S. DOE Geothermal Technologies Program Investments, August 2010, RTI International A History of Geothermal Energy Research and Development in the United States: 1976-2006, 2010, US DOE Geothermal Technologies Program Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energyeere.energy.gov Public R&D Investment Installed Geothermal Capacity (MW) R&D investments and policy drove geothermal energy growth in the 1980s. Installed Geothermal Capacity 1960-2007/


Geothermal Energy.

with long half lives that are embedded within the Earth Some energy is from residual heat left over from Earths formation. The rest of the energy comes from meteorite impacts. Different Geothermal Energy Sources Hot Water Reservoirs: As the name implies these are reservoirs/cost is 4-8 cents per kilowatt hour. This cost is almost competitive with conventional energy sources. Geothermal plants can be online 100%-90% of the time Geothermal plants can be online 100%-90% of the time. Coal plants can only be /


Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energyeere.energy.gov Arlene Anderson, Lead Systems Analysis Geothermal Technologies Program Office of Energy Efficiency.

Co-production Supply Curve Developed database of 2.5 million wells from 32 state oil and gas well databases Source: Augustine (NREL); June 6, 2011 Annual Peer Review Source: Williams (USGS); June 6, 2011 Annual Peer Review 4 Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energyeere.energy.gov National Geothermal Data System (ARRA Funding) Systems Analysis (ARRA Funding) $6.5 M $5 M $33.7 M FY11 Funding Systems/


THE PODHALE GEOTHERMAL SPACE HEATING PROJECT. Location: at the foot of the Tatra Mts., (Rysy 2499 m, Gerlach 2655 m; Alpine - Carpathian arc) Great landscape.

(injection pressure) TDS2.5 g/dm 3 2.6 g/dm 3 Injection capacity200 m 3 /h400 m 3 /h First geothermally heated locality in Poland, Bańska Niżna village Plate heat exchangers, 4 MWt PAS MEERI Geothermal Laboratory Energy sources 1. Geothermal Base Load Plant, Banska 2. Gas Peak Load Plant, Zakopane Plants are connected by 14 km main transmission pipeline 3rd peak/


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