Friday, June 15, 2018

Geothermal Energy News from Around the World

Global Geothermal News - Weekly Update (Geothermal Resources Council)

A Round-up of this week's international geothermal energy news.......

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Monday, June 11

USA, California: Opportunity for Geothermal Energy Industry to Affect Golden State Energy Policy - IEPR Commissioner Workshop on Renewable Integration and Electric System Flexibility. June 20, 2018, 10:00 a.m. California Energy Commission, Sacramento, California.

Tuesday, June 12

Science & Technology: GRC Members Explain Important New Tool That Could Revolutionize Geothermal Exploration - The SIMFIP tool is changing the way researchers measure and design hydro fractures.

Switzerland: Promising Results from Geneva Geothermal District Heating Project - Hot water was found at 744 meters depth. This water naturally rises to the surface at a temperature of 33 degrees (Celsius) and a flow rate of more than 50 liters / second.

Wednesday, June 13

USA, New Mexico: Valles Caldera Geothermal Resources Put Off Limits to Development- The Santa Fe National Forest's decision protects the unique thermal features in Valles Caldera National Preserve.

Indonesia: Exploration Starts at Moluccas 2X10 MW Geothermal Power Project - The Tulehu Geothermal Working Area (WKP) has a potential of 60 MW, but in this initial project, PLN will develop 2x10 MW.

Thursday, June 14

USA, Utah: Milford Site Selected for Location of the Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy - Department of Energy Selects University of Utah Site for $140 Million Geothermal Research and Development.

Friday, June 15

United Kingdom: Dr Charlotte Adams Wins Prestigious Medal for Ground Breaking Work in Ultra-Low Enthalpy Geothermal Energy - This prestigious medal is awarded for excellence in applied geoscience and reflects Charlotte's ground breaking work in ultra-low enthalpy geothermal energy.

USA, California: Vacancy as Supervising Engineer Includes Geothermal Operations - Area Supervising Engineer (California Department of Conservation - DOGGR). Salary: $10,345.00 - $12,953.00 per month. Final Filing Date: July 3, 2018.

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