Geothermal News for March 2010

Geothermal News Archive

Wales can dramatically increase renewable energy capacity by 2025

Wales has the potential to generate twice its electricity demand from renewable energy sources within 15 years, according to environment minister Jane Davidson.

Indonesia to double geothermal capacity

A new climate investment fund plan will double the capacity of geothermal energy in Indonesia.

Petratherm signs geothermal deal with Enel

Geothermal projects in Spain and Portugal will be assessed and developed by Petratherm and utility Enel Green Power.

Renewable energy in Australia is “largely undeveloped”

The Government of Australia has released its first national Energy Resource Assessment, concluding that wind energy and other renewable energy sources are expected to become increasingly significant.

Paralana geothermal project meets temperature expectations

Temperature measurements taken at the Paralana geothermal energy joint venture project north of the Flinders Ranges in South Australia, is meeting expectations, according to Petratherm.

23,450 jobs if Colorado state supports solar

The state of Colorado, USA, could create thousands of jobs if it approves legislation to require large utilities to increase their use of renewable energy.

Renewable energy developer juwi expands

The juwi group of Germany is expanding in Germany and the USA – “one of the world’s largest growth markets for renewable energies.”