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EXERGY HEADING FOR THE ICELAND GEOTHERMAL CONFERENCE


EXERGY is getting ready for  the third edition of the Iceland Geothermal Conference(IGC), from the 26th to the 29th of April in Reykjavik, Iceland. This year the conference will focus on the use of geothermal energy, its risks and advantages, and the benefits that everyday life can obtain from the employment of this resource.

Utilization of geothermal energy has always played a major role in the energy supply of Iceland since many decades. The country's geological characteristics due to its location on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge make Iceland one of the most rich regions with an abundant supply of geothermal resources. Iceland’s energy use is among the highest in the world, and the proportion of this provided by renewable energy sources exceeds that of most other countries. Nowhere else does geothermal energy play a greater role in providing a nation’s energy supply.

EXERGY is keen to enter this market and bring all its valuable technology and innovation to implement new geothermal projects in this region.  Within the Operability Phase during the DAY 3 morning session, from 10:00 am, EXERGY International Sales and Marketing Director, Anthony Hinde will present  Binary plant retrofitting of a single flash steam plant” ; a technical explanation  of how EXERGY technology can increase energy efficiency and production of existing steam plants, that are the most common in Iceland today.

EXERGY team will also be exhibiting at booth #F45 in the main exhibition hall.

The Iceland Geothermal Conference will feature also several side events and a final field trip to the Theistareykir Power Plant, during the day 4, Friday 29th of April.