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    Friday, October 24, 2014

    TURKISH GEOTHERMAL GETS INTELLIGENT

    Turkish Geothermal Power Plants Use Industrial Internet to Help Analyze Data and Save Water with GE Automated Solution

    18 October 2014 (The Financial)

    “Three geothermal power plants in Turkey, owned by Kipaş Holding, have significantly reduced water usage, lowered CO2 emissions, decreased corrosion and are using the Industrial Internet to analyze data…[Kipaş Holding was given GE’s Return on Environment (ROE) award for expansions] [at] three of its existing Maren Enerji geothermal plants…[It] is constructing one new plant—all with GE water treatment technology [which is saving $500,000 annually]. The three existing plants, together, produce a total of 68 megawatts (MW) of electricity. The new facility will produce 24 MW…[T]he Maren Enerji geothermal plants in Aydin, Turkey, are using GE’s InSight* Knowledge Management Solution, a remote monitoring and diagnostic platform, to monitor the performance of the water treatment systems at the power plants…[The] Web-based platform…maximize[s] the plants’ reliability through real-time visualization and diagnostics related to keeping the water systems’ performance and the contributing parameters on track…GE also provided an automatic chemical solution preparation unit…The geothermal power plants have one of the world’s longest underground piping networks to deliver the chemical to the geothermal wells…” click here for more

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