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ThinkGeoEnergy is a geothermal energy strategy and service firm. It runs ThinkGeoEnergy.com a news website covering the large scale geothermal power and district heating industry worldwide. The firm also provides strategy and business consulting for companies in the sector. The site - being the only focused geothermal power sector news site - provides news on deals, projects and international development.

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PROGRESS ON GEOTHERMAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT IN EASTERN CARIBBEAN

thinkgeoenergy.com | May 11, 2017

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Many countries in the Caribbean are prime locations for geothermal development. Lining up funding and risk mitigation measures are the main hurdles facing these small nations. Here are some excepts from a recently published booklet from the Caribbean Development Bank to address some of these challenges....

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OSERIAN DEVELOPMENT NAMED BEST RENEWABLE ENERGY COMPANY IN KENYA

ThinkGeoEnergy | April 18, 2019

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Flower producer Oserian Development in Kenya has been named the country’s best renewable energy company, as reported by Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC). This boosts the company’s goal of creating a carbon-free environment by 2020. Investment in geothermal energy to power operations, use of electric tugs (cars) to transport flowers and use of sheep to mow grass are among initiatives that have seen Naivasha-based flower farm Oserian Development Company crowned winner in the Renewable Energ...

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APPROACHES TO COMPARING RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY GENERATION WITH OTHER SOURCE

ThinkGeoEnergy | August 26, 2019

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration has published an interesting article highlighting two approaches to compare renewable electricity generation with other sources. Essentially, the approaches look at “the fossil fuel equivalence approach and the captured energy approach. The choice of approach may serve different analytical or statistical needs.” In 2018, the fossil fuel equivalence approach showed that primary energy consumption for electric power generation from noncombustible renewabl...

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GEOTHERMAL KEY ELEMENT IN 50% RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGET IN THE STATE OF NEVADA

ThinkGeoEnergy | September 02, 2019

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At a recent monthly meeting at the Northern Nevada Development Authority, Doug Cannon, CEO of NV Energy said that the utility is on track to reach 50% renewables. In promoting Nevada as place of business, the utility faces three key common themes: renewable energy, reliability of supply and price. In 2019, the Nevada Legislature passed a legislation mandating that 50% of NV Energy’s power is to come from renewable energy sources by 2030, but the company is well ahead of this schedule and expect...

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PROGRESS ON GEOTHERMAL ENERGY DEVELOPMENT IN EASTERN CARIBBEAN

thinkgeoenergy.com | May 11, 2017

Many countries in the Caribbean are prime locations for geothermal development. Lining up funding and risk mitigation measures are the main hurdles facing these small nations. Here are some excepts from a recently published booklet from the Caribbean Development Bank to address some of these challenges....

Read More
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OSERIAN DEVELOPMENT NAMED BEST RENEWABLE ENERGY COMPANY IN KENYA

ThinkGeoEnergy | April 18, 2019

Flower producer Oserian Development in Kenya has been named the country’s best renewable energy company, as reported by Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC). This boosts the company’s goal of creating a carbon-free environment by 2020. Investment in geothermal energy to power operations, use of electric tugs (cars) to transport flowers and use of sheep to mow grass are among initiatives that have seen Naivasha-based flower farm Oserian Development Company crowned winner in the Renewable Energ...

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APPROACHES TO COMPARING RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY GENERATION WITH OTHER SOURCE

ThinkGeoEnergy | August 26, 2019

The U.S. Energy Information Administration has published an interesting article highlighting two approaches to compare renewable electricity generation with other sources. Essentially, the approaches look at “the fossil fuel equivalence approach and the captured energy approach. The choice of approach may serve different analytical or statistical needs.” In 2018, the fossil fuel equivalence approach showed that primary energy consumption for electric power generation from noncombustible renewabl...

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GEOTHERMAL KEY ELEMENT IN 50% RENEWABLE ENERGY TARGET IN THE STATE OF NEVADA

ThinkGeoEnergy | September 02, 2019

At a recent monthly meeting at the Northern Nevada Development Authority, Doug Cannon, CEO of NV Energy said that the utility is on track to reach 50% renewables. In promoting Nevada as place of business, the utility faces three key common themes: renewable energy, reliability of supply and price. In 2019, the Nevada Legislature passed a legislation mandating that 50% of NV Energy’s power is to come from renewable energy sources by 2030, but the company is well ahead of this schedule and expect...

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