Two Papers at GRC Conference 2018
This year's GEA Expo and the GRC conference is taking place October 14-17 in Reno, Nevada. Mannvit will be exhibiting at Iceland Geothermal cluster’s booth #622 in the Expo as well as presenting two interesting papers. One on the impact of electrical grid challenges on the design of the new 90 MW Theistareykir geothermal plant. The other is a comparison study of high-temperature geothermal technology vs conventional technology. With the international geothermal power market growing and projects currently under development in all corners of the world, the 2018 Expo and GRC conference will be an exciting international gathering of geothermal industry leaders, academics, financiers, policy leaders, students, and geothermal enthusiasts.
The two papers co-authored by Mannvit will be presented at the GRC conference are; Theistareykir Geothermal Power Plant, challenges in a weak electrical grid presented and co-authored by Dr. Freyr Hardarson, Mechanical Engineer from Mannvit, Birkir Heimisson and Íris Baldursdóttir from Landsnet, Sigurgeir Björn Geirsson, Jón Arnar Emilsson and Valur Knútsson from Landsvirkjun. The other paper is Geothermal Comparison Study, presented and co-authored by Kristinn Ingason, Mechanical Engineer from Mannvit and Sturla Sæther from Equinor.
About the Iceland Geothermal Cluster “IG”
IG is a non-profit organization established and co-founded by Mannvit in 2013. IG is an industry driven cluster cooperation partnership, which focuses on the field of geothermal energy. The Iceland Geothermal Cluster Initiative is founded by 43 diverse members, including; companies, associations and institution.