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Reykjavik's Geothermal Investments Hold Great Promise For East African Republic

Two agreements between Iceland and the Republic of Djibouti can help the East African country replace its current diesel-generated electricity with green electricity.

Hamilton Sundstrand Expands Its Green Energy Thrust

Hamilton Sundstrand, a subsidiary of United Technologies Corp, and US Renewables Group have agreed to commercialize the concentrated solar power tower technology and corresponding molten salt storage system developed by Rocketdyne through a new entity known as SolarReserve.

Solar Energy to Power Pumping Station for Geothermal Plant

Northern California Power Agency (NCPA), located in Roseville, CA and SPG Solar, located in San Rafael, CA today announced that they will join forces to build one of the largest solar arrays on the West Coast, near the City of Clearlake.

Innovative Geothermal Energy Project Launched in the Halifax Regional Municipality

Today, Mayor Peter J Kelly marked the start of construction on the Alderney 5 Advanced Geothermal Energy Project in Dartmouth.

Glitnir in Chinese Geothermal Energy Deal

Sinopec and Glitnir announced their intention last week to increase geothermal energy investments and develop geothermal technology in China, as well as exploring new opportunities in district heating and energy generation.

Geothermal Events Expected to Draw Record Crowd

What is becoming known as the largest international event for the geothermal power industry -- the Geothermal Energy Association's Trade Show -- is expected to draw record crowds this year, according to the GEA.

Alcoa Signs Agreement to Support Geothermal Power Research Project in Iceland

Alcoa announced today that it has made a significant contribution to a research and development program in Iceland that if successful could lead to a major step forward in the economics of developing high-temperature geothermal resources worldwide.

MHI Receives Order for Geothermal Power Plant in Kenya

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has received a full-turnkey order from Kenya Electricity Generating Company Limited (KenGen) to build a 35 MW (megawatt) geothermal power generation plant, the third unit at the company's Olkaria II geothermal power station.

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