Binary Geothermal Power Plant

Binary Geothermal Power Plant

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Caption: Binary geothermal power plant with condensers and cooling towers at the Ormat Ormesa (East Mesa) geothermal power complex near Heber in southern California (Imperial Valley). Hot fluids from deep geothermal reservoirs heat binary fluids within the closed system (e.g. isopentane) to high pressure steam, which spins turbines to produce electricity for the power transmission grid.

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