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14 12, 2018

KenGen explores mineral extraction from geothermal in revenue diversification bid

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) is exploring the viability of extracting minerals, such as silica and lithium from geothermal brine in a bid on diversifying its revenue base.
14 12, 2018

1,000+ MW of geothermal power generation capacity – the story of POWER Engineers

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

With the introduction of the 1 GW Geothermal Country Club of countries with more than 1,000 MW of geothermal power generation capacity, we naturally also need to highlight some of the companies behind that. One of them is POWER Engineers that is proud having worked on geothermal projects of a total of more than 1,000 MW in capacity.
14 12, 2018

Seequent on Strength through Diversity and Women in Geothermal (WING)

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

In a great blog post, NZ software house Seequent shares its view on how important diversity is today beyond the link of diversity with company financial outperformance, highlighting other business benefits. With the support of the Women in Geothermal initiative with a Diversity Scholarship, Seequent plays a great role in support of women in the geothermal sector and wider diversity.
14 12, 2018

UK pledges $25m for World Bank’s Energy Sector Management Assistance Program

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

UK government has pledged GBP 20 million to the World Bank’s Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), a global knowledge and technical assistance program administered by the World Bank that has been doing some great work on geothermal energy.
14 12, 2018

Geothermal heating project by SWM in Munich successfully completes 2nd well

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

Utility SWM has successfully completed pump tests for the second well drilled for its geothermal heating project in Munich, Germany
14 12, 2018

COP24 – A frustrating end to climate talks in Katowice, Poland – Or is it?

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

With the climate talks at COP24 in Katowice, Poland ending, the overall vibe regarding outcomes is grim, as described in a good overview by James Ellsmoor in Forbes. Staying positive and optimistic is challenging, but we have no choice and need to continue the fight.
14 12, 2018

IEA – Geothermal Baltic Sea Symposium, GeoTHERM, Offenburg – 13 February 2019

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

The International Energy Agency - Geothermal Technology Collaboration Program and the International Geothermal Association will hold a Baltic Sea Geothermal Symposium in conjunction with the GeoTHERM expo & congress, February 13, 2019 in Offenburg/ Germany.
14 12, 2018

Work started on road access to Puna geothermal plant in Hawaii

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

Work on road access to the Puna geothermal power plant in Hawaii has started and will help in establishing what's needed to bring the plant back into operation.
14 12, 2018

World Bank, Canada and Britain to assist nations in coal phase-out

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

The World Bank, Canada and the United Kingdom have announced financial assistance to countries in their transition from coal to accelerate the uptake of cleaner energy.
14 12, 2018

Funding of GBP 1.8m announced for research on understanding deep geothermal resources in Cornwall

14. December 2018.|Nouvelles|

Research on deep subsurface heat as potential major future energy resource/ geothermal power generated from UK granites will receive GBP 1.8m in funding announced as part of a funding round by the UK's Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). The research is a joint research in conjunction with the United Downs Deep Geothermal Power Project in Cornwall.