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How a Geothermal Plant Works
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Geothermal energy is the energy that is produced using the geothermal resources from the earth for the generation of electricity. A geothermal power plant does not utilize fossil fuels; rather it utilizes the superheated fluids present beneath the earth’s surface. The superheated fluid comprises of rain water heated by magma (molten rock). The fluid which is brought to the earth via production wells undergoes a multi-step process using the Crystallizer-reactor clarifier technology. This technology converts the fluid to steam which is used to rotate a turbine that results in the generation of electricity. The remaining geothermal fluids go to the reactor clarifier system and then to the geothermal reservoir through injection wells. This ensures that geothermal resources remain a sustainable and renewable source of energy. The video takes you through the entire working of a geothermal power plant.
Keywords: Geothermal energy, geothermal power plant, geothermal resources, Fossil fuels, superheated fluids, magma, Crystallizer-reactor clarifier technology, reactor clarifier system, Injection wells, sustainable energy, renewable energy
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