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Small scale electricity production from low temperature geothermal resources using organic rankine cycle
Written by
Emilía Valdimarsdóttir 1986

The most common use of geothermal energy for electricity production is by using the fluid in it's vapor state. Low temperature geothermal sources in liquid form are, in many areas in Iceland, used for district heating. Another possible utilization of the low temperature geothermal resource is to ... (1,443 characters more)

Algorithm for optimal well placement in geothermal systems based on TOUGH2 models
Written by
Dagur Helgason 1988

In a world of ever increasing use of renewables geothermal has lagged behind and has seen little growth compared to other renewables due in part to its high capital cost. Geothermal wells account for about a third of the capital cost and it is therefore important to ensure the highest possible su... (886 characters more)

Wind power integration in Iceland : impacts on the Icelandic regulating power market
Written by
Felix Rolf Michel, 1991-

Electricity production in Iceland today is almost entirely renewable by utilizing geothermal and hydropower resources. In recent years yet another renewable energy technology became center of the debate: Wind power. By experience of other countries such as Germany and Denmark it is known that win... (1,065 characters more)

The viability of supplying an industrial park with thermal energy from Menengai geothermal field, Kenya
Written by
Kiruja, Philip Jack Muthomi, 1984-

Kenya has an installed geothermal capacity of more than 600 MWe, and more geothermal energy projects are under development (Matek, 2016). One of the fields under development is Menengai, which is owned by the Geothermal Development Company (GDC). Besides developing the Menengai field for electric... (1,989 characters more)

Geothermal Energy: Silica precipitation and utilization
Written by
Aníta Hauksdóttir 1990

Silica precipitation experiments have been ongoing at the Reykjanes geothermal power plant, Iceland, since 2011. Silica samples were obtained from the field and thoroughly investigated to estimate the silica’s potential as a marketable product. Targeted applications were studied in detail and the... (2,133 characters more)