Geothermal Energy

Geothermal Energy

Geothermal power plants use the thermal energy of the earth's interior. High-temperature hydrothermal resources (from 149 ° C to 371 ° C) come to the surface in the form of steam or hot water. People use these deposits through drilling in wells. Of these, a special separator comes steam-water mixture. Then the steam separates and moves the turbine, which generates electricity. And hot water provides heat supply. Some geothermal wells reach two miles in depth.

Types of geothermal power plants

There are three main types of complex facilities that work thank to geothermal energy:

  • Dry steam installation. To start the turbine use a pair directly from the underground reservoir.
  • Flash steam generators. Take hot water from the depths of the earth, turn it into a steam, which then rotates the turbine generator. When the water cools down, it turns into a condensate that is used again for vaporization.
  • Binary cycle of power plants. Geothermal heat is transmitted by a secondary liquid. This liquid (freon or isobutane) is converted into steam and used to control the turbine generator.

Our services

infoAdvisory services at the initial stage
  • Determination and selection of places for construction
  • Estimating the prospects of plant installation
  • Delivery of equipment, installation, commissioning work
  • Commissioning
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  • Public hearings
  • Petition for land allotment
  • Session of the local council
  • Design authorization
  • Land management work
  • Land ownership
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  • Network connection agreement
  • Connecting to the network
  • Submission of documents to NERC (National Electricity Regulatory Commission)
  • Membership in WEM (Wholesale energetic market)
  • Getting a green tariff
  • Electricity sale contract
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  • Package of documents for Oblenergo
  • Requests for technical specifications to other services
  • Receiving specifications
  • Exquisite work
  • Working project development
  • Harmonization of technical specifications in the relevant services
  • Expertise