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For Geothermal Energy

Glorinda is proud to pronounce that we can construct Geothermal plants with several methods of exploitation. It is worth noting, Geothermal energy is considered as one of the most sustainable energy sources but, it has only a share of 15% from the total share of non-water energy sources which has a share of around 2.4% of the total 9.5% sustainable energy supply in the total energy supply of planet (90.5% is not sustainable & 7.1% is water energy)

So basically, Geothermal is not as common as the other sustainable energy sources but it has its unique features:

  • Environmentally friendly
  • Resources last the life of the plant
  • Provides steady baseload power
  • Relatively low cost (5 to 8 cents per kWh)

Glorinda has provided an opportunity to expand & develop the exploitation of Earth’s core energy due to the fact that the nuclear reactions at the core can present a great amount of heat, something around 5000 Celsius.

Geothermal has 2 different kinds of utilization: 


Electrical Use

• Dry steam: Steam production with a temperature between 180 to 225 degrees Celsius, a pressure of 4 to 8 MPa and a speed of 200 kilometers per hour. The generated steam is used to drive the turbo generator. Finally, the used steam is compressed again and pumped back into the ground. In this method, 1 kWh of electricity is produced for every 6.5 kg of steam.• Flash steam (single and double) for steam power plants: The generated steam is used to operate the turbine and can produce 5 to 100 MW of energy. This method requires 6 to 9 tons of steam per hour. In the double flash steam method, the output can be increased by about 20 to 25% with only a 5% increase in costs.• Combined Cycle: Steam starts the main turbine and the remaining heat is used to evaporate organic matter. Eventually, the steam will power the second turbine, and the entire plant will produce between 10 and 100 megawatts of energy. This method is more efficient than other methods and can extract more heat from geothermal sources.• Binary Cycle: Uses heat to evaporate organic liquids such as iso-butane and iso-pentane. The steam generated is used to power the turbine and generates 0.1 to 40 megawatts of energy. The efficiency of this power plant is between 7 to 12 percent and it is considered as a low-temperature method because the operating temperature will be between 100 and 150 degrees Celsius.

Direct Use

• Small scale uses• Heating homes• Hot springs• Greenhouse heating• Food dehydration• Agriculture (crop drying and pasteurizing milk)