Launch of the first French navy geothermal plant

The convention for the construction of the first power plant thermal cooling navy France was signed September 30, 2014 in Marseille, between several entities whose Constructa Group, the FDR and Cofely...

Caribbean Geothermal Energy Project Phase II

The highlight of the geothermal forum held recently in Dominica: The signing on September 26, 2013, the “Transnational Partnership Agreement” between the Region Guadeloupe, Martinique and ...

Using old mines as a means of heating!

The exploitation of underground deposits require a lot of sweat, and not only because of the ‘hard task’ of extracting and transporting the ore, but also because the tunnels are full of na...

Geothermal energy project in the Caribbean

The preparatory phase of a project for the renewable geothermal energy to replace fossil fuels for electricity generation in the Caribbean will be funded by the European Investment Bank (EIB). The amo...

Geothermal Energy in Baja California

Baja California in Mexico has large resources of renewable energy such as wind, solar and geothermal. There is already a wind park running. UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico) researchers ...

Geothermal energy in Colombia

Colombia has only 20 MW of wind power, a ridiculous figure, and little use of solar energy. Geothermal energy, as in all the Andean countries has great potential. In the central cordillera of the Ande...

Europe leads the world in geothermal heat

Europe is an international leader in the direct use of geothermal heat. According to the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) in the 27 EU Member States have set up plants with a capacity of 23,0...

Iceland wants to export electricity to Europe

Iceland has the intention to enjoy its underground treasure, namely volcanic activity, to produce energy with the aim to sell it to its European neighbors by constructing the longest undersea electric...