Tuesday, September 26, 2017

USA, New Mexico: Expansion of Dale Burgett Geothermal Plant to Move Forward Next Month

Geothermal plant expanding in Animas (Deming Headlight)

(Photo: Courtesy of Carroll Strategies)
Plans for a $50 million expansion of the Dale Burgett Geothermal plant will move forward in October, per an announcement by Cyrq Energy last week.

The geothermal plant, also known as Lightning Dock, began operation in December 2013. The first utility-scale geothermal plant in New Mexico utilizes hot water from below ground to help operate a turbine that produces electricity. It currently generates 4 megawatts of power for the Public Service Company (PNM), and Cyrq announced that the expanded facility, operational in “about a year,” will generate 10 megawatts.

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Cyrq Energy is a Silver Level Sponsor of the GRC Annual Meeting & GEA GeoExpo+ being held October 1-4 at the Salt Palace Convention Center, Utah, USA.