2000 MW of geothermal potential in East Africa

March 2004
Modern Power Systems;Mar2004, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p3
Reports on the launch of a million-dollar project to locate and evaluate potential sites for geothermal energy plants in Rift Valley Province in Kenya. Inclusion of exploratory tests like seismic surveys, magento-tellurics and transient electromagnetics; Expectation of producing 2000 megawatts from all geothermal sources; List of sponsors to the project.


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