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U.S Geothermal Projects and Resource Areas

Geo-Heat Center Quarterly Bulletin

Vol. 17, No. 3


Entire Bulletin
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Table of Contents
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The Role of Geothermal Energy in the World
Ingvar B. Fridleifsson
46 KB

Direct Heat Utilization of Geothermal Resources
John W. Lund
97 KB

Selected Cost Considerations For Geothermal District Heating in Existing Single-family Residential Areas
Kevin Rafferty
91 KB

Klamath Falls Geothermal District Heating System Evaluation
Brian Brown, P.E.
105 KB

OIT Geothermal System Improvements
Paul J. Lienau
106 KB

Geothermal Pipeline
Progress and Development Update from the Geothermal Progress Monitor

52 KB


The U. S. Government Projects and Resource map identifies 23 operating geothermal power plants with a capacity of 2,817 MW and 15 planned power plants. The installed thermal power for direct use is 1,874 MW including geothermal heat humps (59%), and the following number of direct-use project sites: 17 district heating, 976 space heating, 38 greenhouses, 28 aquaculture, 12 industrial, and 190 resorts/spas. In many cases, the icons on the map represent multiple projects at individual sites. For example in Klamath Falls, there are 577 space heating projects and two district heating systems.


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