What we offer

At Peak Geothermal Energy, we are consistently striving to be a global leader in the field of geothermal development. We pride ourselves on our determination to develop new technology and sustainable energy development that separates our organization from our competitors. 

Geothermal Project Development

We undertake comprehensive geothermal project development, from initial resource assessment and exploration to plant design, construction, and commissioning. Our team leverages advanced technologies and best practices to deliver successful projects on schedule and within budget.

Operations and Maintenance

We will provide reliable operations and maintenance services for geothermal power plants, ensuring optimal performance, efficiency, and longevity. Our skilled technicians and engineers have monitored and managed plant operations, implemented preventive maintenance strategies to maximize uptime and minimize downtime. 

Consulting and Advisory

Drawing on our expertise, we offer consulting and advisory services to governments, utilities, and organizations interested in geothermal energy development. We provide technical guidance, feasibility studies, and strategic planning to help clients make informed decisions and achieve their renewable energy goals.

About Geothermal

Geothermal energy development involves harnessing the heat generated from the earth’s core to produce electricity and provide heating and cooling for various applications. Here’s an overview of the process and key aspects of geothermal energy development:

Resource Identification

Geothermal resources are identified by conducting geological surveys and exploration to locate areas with high heat flow, such as volcanic regions, geothermal reservoirs, or hot springs. Understanding the geology and heat potential of an area is crucial for successful geothermal energy development.

Energy Conversion

There are three main types of geothermal power plants: dry steam, flash steam, and binary cycle plants. In dry steam plants, the extracted steam is used directly to drive a turbine and generate electricity. In flash steam plants, the high-pressure fluid is separated into steam and water, and the steam is used to generate electricity. Binary cycle plants use a heat exchanger to transfer the heat from the geothermal fluid to a working fluid with a lower boiling point. 

Direct Use Applications

Geothermal energy can also be used directly for heating and cooling purposes. In some regions, hot water from geothermal reservoirs is utilized for district heating systems, greenhouse operations, industrial processes, or even for bathing and swimming pools. 

Well Drilling

Geothermal wells are drilled into the underground reservoirs to access the high-temperature fluids and steam. The depth and design of the wells depend on the specific geothermal resource and the technology being utilized. 

Fluid/Steam system

The geothermal fluid, which typically consists of water and steam, is extracted from the reservoir through production wells. This hot fluid is then brought to the surface for energy extraction. 

Electricity Generation

The steam or working fluid drives a turbine, which is connected to a generator to produce electricity. The electricity generated can be fed into the local power grid to supply electricity to homes, businesses, and industries.

Environmental Considerations

Geothermal energy is considered a clean and renewable energy source with near zero greenhouse gas emissions. Overall, geothermal energy development offers a promising and renewable energy solution that can contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and diversifying the energy mix in a sustainable manner. 

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Geothermal Project Development, Operations and Maintenance, Consulting and Advisory