BCP™ 5000 Series Products offer a solution to sulfur deposition issues that often plague geothermal cooling towers in electric power plants. Geothermal energy systems experience a number of unique operational problems. Fluids produced from geothermal reservoirs include steam, brine and a variety of non-condensable gasses (CO2, H2S, CH3, N2, etc.). In water cooled systems with direct contact condensers, elemental sulfur fouling in the cooling system can be a significant problem.
Turboden ORC units can produce electricity from geothermal resources with medium to low temperature, typically ranging between 100°C and 180°C.
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Low and medium temperature geothermal systems
Enhanced Geothermal Systems
Energy comprises many types of modes by using complex processes to explore, extract, refine, produce and transport these products. The energy industry comprises: Fossil fuels: coal, petroleum and natural gas (conventional as well as hydraulic fracturing), including liquid propane gas and liquid natural gas. Non fossil fuels such as: hydroelectric, battery technology, hydrogen fuel cells, nuclear power. Renewable fuels such as: biofuels, hydrogen fuel cells, geothermal, solar (photovoltaic). Nuclear power.