2 edition of Geothermal resources in California, potentials and problems. found in the catalog.
Geothermal resources in California, potentials and problems.
by California Institute of Technology, Environmental Quality Laboratory in [Pasadena]
Written in English
|Contributions||California. Legislature. Assembly. Science and Technology Advisory Council. Panel on Energy Planning and Programs|
|LC Classifications||HD9682 U53 C34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
Building on the successful announcements by the President at the Lake Tahoe Summit to catalyze collaboration and action between the State of California and the Federal Government for conservation and renewable energy development in the Salton Sea, the U.S. Department of Energy, California Energy Commission, and the Geothermal Resources Council convened a forum on . There are a total of 43 operating geothermal power plants in California with an installed capacity of 2, megawatts. The largest concentration of geothermal plants is located north of San Francisco in the Geysers Geothermal Resource Area in Lake and Sonoma Counties (shown in photo on the right). This location has been producing electricity.
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The technology, cost and potential of geothermal resources in California are examined. The production of potentials and problems. book from dry stream fields is expanding in Northern California, at The Geysers, at costs that compare favorably with alternate means of generation. The possibility exists that economic production: of power can be started in the Imperial Valley, but numerous issues remain to be resolved Cited by: 6.
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Geothermal resources in California: potentials and problems. California. Legislature. Assembly. Panel on Energy - Nature - 71 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. A INTRODUCTION. 5: EXTENT OF THE RESOURCE.
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GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES IN CALIFORNIA - POTENTIALS AND PROBLEMS CONTENTS A. INTRODUCTION 1 B. NATURE OF THE RESOURCE 2 C. EXTENT OF THE RESOURCE.6 The Geysers.6 Imperial Valley.8 Mono Lake.
11 D. TECHNOLOGY OF EXPLOITATION. 12 Dry Steam. 12 Power Production from Geothermal Water 13 Desalination ofGeothermal Water 14 Electric Power. The technology, cost and potential of geothermal resources in California are examined.
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Geothermal energy is a source of renewable energy in California. The Geysers, the world’s largest geothermal field, is in Sonoma, Lake, and Mendocino counties. Other major geothermal locations include the Salton Sea area in Imperial County, the Coso Hot Springs area in Inyo County, and the Mammoth Lakes area in Mono County.
The California Geologic Energy Management Division's Geothermal Section oversees the drilling, operation, maintenance, plugging, and abandonment of geothermal wells on state and private lands to ensure public safety and protect underground and surface waters. Imperial Valley. Today, Southern California provides substantial geothermal power from these regions, with enough installed capacity to meet the needs of an estimated 1 million California households.
The region also has substantial undeveloped geothermal resources, which could potentially double, at least.Download Citation | On Jan 1,John T.
Finger and others published Geothermal Resources, Drilling for | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.THE GEOTHERMAL MAP OF CALIFORNIA Susan F. Hodgson California Department of Conservation Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources Sacramento, CA The new “Geothermal Map of California,” drawn at a scale of , is the most comprehensive geothermal map every made of the state.
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