geothermal power Equipment

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Geothermal Energy

by Tula International     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

While geothermal energy remains less prominent than wind and solar, it has actually been more than 50 years since the first power-generating project went on line in California. In addition to its longevity, it is also a global industry. Demonstration projects are in operation or under development in Germany, France, the United Kingdom and ...

Geothermal Energy

by Renewable Energy House (EREC)     based in Brussels, BELGIUM

Per definition, geothermal energy is the energy stored in the form of heat below the earth’s surface. It has been used since ancient times for heating, and for about 100 years also for electricity generation. Its potential is inexhaustible in human terms, comparable to that of the sun. Beside electric power generation, geothermal energy is ...

Fuji Electric - Geothermal Turbine (up to 160MW)

by Fuji Electric Corporation of America     based in Edison, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Fuji Electric’s Geothermal turbine products provide the industry’s more reliable and efficiency steam solutions for geothermal applications.

Solar Electric, Wind, Small Hydro, And Geothermal Systems

by Co-op Power     based in Greenfield, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Solar electric, small hydro, geothermal, and wind installations are a bit more expensive, they're still a great way to become more carbon neutral, reduce greenhouse gases and air pollution, increase your energy independence, and build our community base of renewable energy. Co-op Power members receive a 2% rebate on the total installation price ...

GeoTek - ThermalDrive Power System

by GeoTek Energy, LLC     based in Frisco, TEXAS (USA)

The Next Generation of Down-Hole Pumping System:  The ThermalDrive Submersible Pump™. Designed to accommodate the harsh conditions of geothermal production wells, the ThermalDrive Submersible Pump is an ideal alternative to traditional line shaft pumps or electrical submersible pumps.

GeoTek - Model ThermalDrive Plus™ - For Oilfield Applications Offers Co-Generation of Electricity

by GeoTek Energy, LLC     based in Frisco, TEXAS (USA)

Where high geothermal energy from the well is present, the optional ThermalDrive Plus can be utilized for co-generation of electricity at the surface. ThermalDrive Plus combines GeoTek’s patent-pending ThermalDrive Submersible Pump™ and surface equipment to extract energy from the working fluid for the generation of electricity. T


by HAFNER Srl     based in Bolzano, ITALY

The geothermic warmth or earth warmth, is the warmth stored in the upper (accessible) part the earth crust. It can be both directly used, in order to heat and cool, and also used to produce electric current. The earth warmth, in the form of electricity, works to drive the turbine and generators being used, or provides to heat the connected centers ...


by Telelingua International     based in Montreuil, FRANCE

In a world where environmental concerns are growing every day and where communication plays a major role, we have, for many years, been supporting the key public and private players in this sector, as well as smaller companies that have chosen to adopt an environmentally responsible attitude. Even though translation is very environmentally ...

AQUASTILL - For Producing Pure Fresh Water From Sea Or Brackish Water

by TMW     based in Paris, FRANCE

AQUASTILL is a modular box, ready to plug & play, which produces pure fresh water from sea or brackish water. Many modules can be stacked in parallel so as to increase the capacity. Installation is extremely simple: connection of the module with saline water feed, brine discharge, fresh water distribution, and also with power and heat source. ...

Renewable Energy Systems

by Solarsaver (The Energy and Environmental Management Group)     based in Sleaford, UNITED KINGDOM

Converts sunlight directly into electricity. The direct conversion of sunlight into electricity falls into three categories RPV, Residential PV for the domestic sector (1-5kWp), typically a roof array. BIPV, Building integrated PV for the commercial and industrial sector (10-250kWp) which can be fully integrated into the .external cladding system. ...

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