Geothermal Power

Guatemala Will Seek 40 MW of Geothermal in 2Q16, US Geothermal Exec Says
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U.S. Geothermal is expecting the Guatemalan government to release a 40 MW request for proposals (RFP) exclusively for geothermal in 2Q16, U.S. Geothermal president and chief operating office Doug Glaspey said on May 11.

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Ormat Signs $36 Million in Contracts for Te Ahi O Maui Geothermal Project
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Ormat Technologies on May 19 said it has secured contracts worth $36 million for work at Eastland Group’s Te Ahi O Maui geothermal project in New Zealand.

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Airport in Tennessee Transitions to Geothermal Lake Plate Cooling System
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The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) in Tennessee has transitioned the air conditioning at the Nashville International Airport (BNA) to a geothermal lake plate cooling system.

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Solar, Geothermal Projects Among Winners in New York State Innovative Energy Competition
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Solar, geothermal, and microhydro will be the focus of three projects that won the New York State “Energy to Lead Competition” this week.

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Cornell and Iceland Team to Model Geothermal Energy
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With an aim to create clean, renewable geothermal energy projects, and to cooperate in research and education, Cornell and Geothermal Resource Park (GRP) Iceland have signed a memorandum of agreement that mirrors the successful Icelandic model for integrating energy solutions.

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Benefits of Clean, Distributed Energy: Why Time, Location, and Compensation Matter
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New York is preparing for a future in which clean, distributed energy resources — such as energy efficiency, electric vehicles, rooftop solar panels, and other types of local, on-site power generation — form an integral part of a more decentralized electric grid.

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East African Countries Commence Trade of Power from Olkaria Geothermal Plant
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Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda will commence trade of 15 MW of power from the Olkaria Geothermal power plant beginning in May.

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