Hungary has its first geothermal CHP power plant


  • PUBLISHED: November 20, 2017

The project developer KS Orka has announced that it has connected a combined geothermal heat and power plant in Hungary to the grid. This is the first geothermal power plant in the country.

KS Orka reported that a geothermal combined heat and power plant has been connected to the grid in the municipality of Turawell. The plant has an installed capacity of 3 MW electric and 7 MW thermal. The heat will be delivered to a green house which construction  is scheduled to begin on March 2018. The company is also developing two additional combined geothermal heat and power plants with planned 18 MWe and 34 MWth capacity.


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