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    Friday, November 22, 2013

    WORLD GEOTHERMAL GROWTH

    Geothermal 2012

    Gail Rajgor, November 18, 2013 (Renewable Energy Focus)

    “The Global geothermal energy market continued growing in 2012; however the newly installed capacity of 353MW represents average growth in respect to the last six years (547MW, 317MW, 338MW, 392MW and 225MW; 2011-2007 respectively). The US contributed 147MW of newly installed capacity for the year, and another 207MW is a result of statistical revision…[for] 3386MW of installed geothermal plant…the largest national market…Nicaragua (36MW) and Mexico (25MW) also completed expansions of existing geothermal power plants, while Indonesia completed construction and expansion respectively of three plants with a combined capacity of 135MW. Kenya brought a 5MW installation online, while in Germany a binary cycle plant started production with a capacity of 4.8MW. Thus, in 2012 cumulative geothermal capacity globally increased to around 11.57GW…Overall, the geothermal industry is currently developing 175 geothermal projects with a total potential capacity of 2.5–2.6GW, around 800MW of which is at an advanced stage…” click here for more

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