Geothermal news: Progress at Olkaria V




2016 US Renewable Generation Blows Past EIA’s Earlier Forecasts

Kenneth Bossong | March 2, 2017 Renewable energy sources (i.e., biomass, geothermal, hydropower, solar, wind) continued their rapid growth and accounted for 15.34 percent of domestic electrical generation in 2016.

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First Phase of Sarulla Geothermal Project to Begin Commercial Operations This Month

Jennifer Delony | March 3, 2017 Ormat Technologies plans to begin commercial operations this month for the first phase of the Sarulla geothermal plant in Indonesia, Ormat CEO Isaac Angel said during a March 1 …

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Energy and Environmental Regulation in the Age of Trump: The Role of the States

Joel B. Stronberg | March 6, 2017 It’s hardly surprising that many eyes are turning toward state capitals as Plan B targets of opportunity for maintaining the momentum of clean energy technologies and continued safeguard …

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Seeking Abstracts for POWER-GEN International 2017

Deadline to Submit March 10! | February 17, 2017 We’re looking for innovative, informative abstracts for POWER-GEN International, to be held December 5-7 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tracks include on-site power, energy storage, project financing, utility-scale renewables, DER and more.

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KenGen Secures Generators for Olkaria V Geothermal Plant

Renewable Energy World Editors | March 7, 2017 Kenya Electricity Generating Company has secured two sets of 70-MW turbines and generators for the Olkaria V geothermal plant in Nakuru district in Kenya.

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California Energy Commission Awards $2.7M to Berkeley Lab for Two Geothermal Projects

Renewable Energy World Editors | March 8, 2017 The U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory on March 1 said that its scientists have launched two California Energy Commission (CEC)-funded projects aimed at making…

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