Tura, Geothermal Plant Hungary
KS Orka Renewables Pte Ltd of Singapore (KS ORKA) contracted Mannvit for the complete engineering services for the Turawell geothermal combined heat and power (CHP) project in Hungary. KS Orka has acquired a majority share of the Turawell project from a local developer with the aim of producing electricity in addition to providing thermal energy to facilities in the area. The implementation of the Turawell project will benefit from the combined experience of KS Orka and Mannvit, e.g. in Iceland and Asia. Much of the work for the Turawell project took place at the Mannvit Budapest office, which has been active in geothermal consulting in Hungary and the Central- and Eastern Europe area for a decade. The Turawell plant is the first geothermal CHP plant in Hungary. The plant has an installed capacity of 3 MW electric and 7 MW thermal. The plant will sell the 7 MW thermal energy to a green house, that will be operated in the area.
KS Orka arranged for Mannvit to design and construct a geothermal plant in Tura, which is an agricultural town 40 km from Budapest. The project is the first of its kind in Hungary and will produce 3 MW of electricity as well as hot water to heat greenhouses for tomato growing. , is in the hands of Mannvit’s Hungary office.
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