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    • Potential of Low-Temperature Geothermal Resources in Northern California. Report No. TR13

    • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; CALIFORNIA; GEOTHERMAL FIELDS; GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES; HOT SPRINGS; USES; GEOLOGY; HYDROLOGY; MAPS; HOT-WATER SYSTEMS; ICELAND; GEOTHERMAL HEATING SYSTEMS; AGRICULTURE; AQUACULTURE; GEOTHERMAL REFRIGERATION; GEOTHERMAL SPACE...
    • Economically feasible uses for geothermal heat at temperatures too low for conventional electrical power generation at present are delineated. Several geothermal resource areas in northern California that have development potential are described,...
    • Geothermal in Iceland: It's Only Natural

    • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; DIRECT USE; DISTRICT HEATING; HIGH-TEMPERATURE; LOW-TEMPERATURE; POWER GENERATION; ICELAND
    • If you lived in Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, you would heat your home with geothermal water. The city's district heating system dates back to 1930, when 15 lis of 90-100 C water was piped 2.8 km to heat 70 homes, one school and a swimming...
    • Geothermal Energy as a Source of Electricity

    • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; POWER PLANT; CHINA; EL SALVADOR; ICELAND; ITALY; JAPAN; MEXICO; NEW ZEALAND; PHILIPPINES; TURKEY; UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS; UNITED STATES; DRY STEAM; FLASH; DOUBLE FLASH; BINARY; HYBRID; PERFORMANCE FACTORS; NORMAL...
    • Work on this survey teaches that electricity from geothermal resources is viable, and that its commercial risks are no different from those associated with the established and more familiar technologies. Geothermal power has proved beneficial for a...
    • Integrated District Heating and Electric Power Plants

    • Geothermal Energy; Iceland; Reykjavik; Electric Power; Power Plant; Cascaded Use; District Heating
    • The city of Reykjavik, Iceland, is planning to use a thermal field (Nesjavellir) some 30 Km from the city, to produce electricity as well as heat for district heating from deep wells already drilled. The inflow well temperature at 1800m is about...
    • Reykjavik District Heating

    • District heating; Iceland; Reykjavik; Hitaveita; Geothermal energy
    • The number of inhabitants of Reykjavik and its suburbs benefiting from geothermal heating are 109,829 living in 15,614 homes and apartments or 97.1 percent of the population of the city. Converted into units of energy, the sales of hot water in...
    • Akureyri District Heating Project

    • Iceland; District Heating; Akureyri, Iceland; Geothermal Energy; Pipeline; Distribution System; Cost; Water Chemistry
    • Details of planning and projected implementation of the project that will provide space heating by 1981 for Akureyri, a city of 12,000 in northern Iceland, are given. Three wells have been drilled; a fourth is in progress. Economics of the project...
    • Geothermal Philately

    • Resources; Miscellaneous; Stamps; Philately; Iceland; New Zealand; USSR; Bulgaria; Czechoslovakia; Japan; USA
    • Geothermal energy has been given varying degrees of recognition by countries that are fortunate to possess this natural source of energy. One way in which geothermal, or heat from the earth, is publicized is through postage stamps. These stamps...
    • A UNU Geothermal Energy Training Course in Iceland

    • Reykjavik, Iceland; Education; United Nations University
    • Geothermal energy is one of the alternative energy sources many nations have been increasingly exploring as hydrocarbon fuels become more expensive. Although geothermal energy will not in the foreseeable future meet but a very few percent of the...
    • New Zealand's Geothermal Institute

    • Auckland, New Zealand; Education; Ngawha; Tauhara College; Rotorua; Taupo; Geothermal Energy
    • An international training programme in geothermal energy research and technology has been operated in Iceland under the auspices of the government of Iceland and the U.N. University since 1979. Twenty two participants from leading energy agencies...
    • Geothermal in Iceland: It's Only Natural

    • Iceland; District Heating; Resource Assessment; Geothermal Energy; History; Space Heating; District Heating; Electric; Direct-use; Reykjanes; Eldvorp; Svartsengi; Nesjavellir; Geysir
    • If you lived in Reykjavik, the capitol of Iceland, you would heat your home with geothermal water. The city's district heating system dates back to 1930, when 15 1/s (238 gpm) of 90-100 C (194-212 F) water was piped 2.8 km (1.7 mi) to heat 70...
    • Geothermal Training in Iceland

    • Reykjavik, Iceland; Education
    • An international training programme in geothermal energy research and technology has been operated in Iceland under the auspices of the government of Iceland and the U.N. University since 1979. Twenty two participants from leading energy agencies...
    • The Geothermal Pipeline

    • Iceland; California; Colorado; Idaho; Nevada; New York; Oregon; Fort Bidwell; District Heating; Indian Valley; Pagosa Springs; Boise; Twin Falls; Greenhouses; Animas; New Mexico; Elko; Caliente; Leaham Hot Springs; Philip; State Prison; Space...
    • Icelander joins GHC staff. Fort Bidwell district heating Project Operational. Indian Valley Hospital Project completed. Hook-ups continuing for Pagosa Springs district heating. Boise district heating project adds customers. Twin Falls College...
    • Geothermal Pipeline

    • Geothermal Energy; California; Direct-Use; Power Generation; Aquaculture; Greenhouses; Massachusetts; Heat Pumps; Nevada; Heap Leaching; Space Heating; New Mexico; Oregon; Utah
    • The workshop will address the scientific and technical aspects of solids deposition in geothermal systems, including the reservoir, wellbore, pipelines, equipment, direct use and electric power plants. The workshop will be held at the University of...
    • Unusual Direct Use Projects in Iceland

    • Iceland; Agriculture; Hitaveita; Fludir; Soil Heating; Greenhouses; Mushrooms; Akranes; Borgarfjordur; Pools; Vestmannaeyjar; Magma
    • Iceland, with a large geothermal resource, has developed three unusual direct use projects. Specifically adapted to their areas and needs, these projects serve important functions. Iceland, striving to become energy independent, provides much of...

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