Energeotek was founded in Stockholm in 2011. The company is dedicated to geothermal power generation, developing technologies in the field of renewable energy sources with the aim of addressing global environmental issues. We are an active member of the green energy community in the EU.
High-temperature groundwater is supplied to a special unit, where a special turbine is driven by steam from a heat exchanger. The electricity produced as a result goes into the grid.
After a heat pump is installed, a heat exchanger is placed into a special borehole. Hot water is transferred under pressure to generators on the ground, with the obtained heat used to meet demand from industrial companies and households.
The heat-carrying fluid circulating in the well is used in geothermal cooling, which involves the use of a circulation water pump producing cooling energy as well as a fan convector to transfer cool air.
Energeotek is doing extensive research on electricity generation from geothermal energy, seeking to raise performance efficiency of power stations and decrease generation costs. The company is actively involved in different projects in the field of renewable energy sources.
How It Works
To convert heat into electricity, which is the main objective of a geothermal power station, wells are drilled 2-6 km deep to access a source of hot water. The water is used to obtain electricity under the following scheme:
Hot fluid is moved to the surface
Water goes up to the surface and into the heat exchanger
Fluid is converted
Fluid is converted into steam in the heat exchanger
Electricity is generated
Under pressure steam drives the turbine, producing electricity
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