Following the well field work the power plant is now back at full production.
RENO, Nev. [WorldofRenewables.com]
Ormat Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: ORA) today announced that its subsidiary, Puna Geothermal Venture completed the drilling and the mechanical cleaning of the production wells at the Puna Geothermal Power Plant located on the Big Island, Hawaii. Following the well field work the power plant is now back at full production.
Commenting on the results of the well field work, Dita Bronicki, Chief Executive Officer of Ormat said, “We are satisfied with the results of the well field work that was completed within the budget and on time.”
About Ormat Technologies
Ormat Technologies, Inc. is the only vertically-integrated company primarily engaged in the geothermal and recovered energy power business. The Company designs, develops, owns and operates geothermal and recovered energy-based power plants around the world. Additionally, the Company designs, manufactures and sells geothermal and recovered energy power units and other power-generating equipment, and provides related services. The Company has more than four decades of experience in the development of environmentally-sound power, primarily in geothermal and recovered-energy generation. Ormat products and systems are covered by 75 U.S. patents. Ormat has engineered and built power plants, that it currently owns or has supplied to utilities and developers worldwide, totaling approximately 1300 MW of gross capacity. Ormat’s current generating portfolio includes the following geothermal and recovered energy-based power plants: in the United States – Brady, Brawley, Heber, Mammoth, Ormesa, Puna, Steamboat, OREG 1, OREG 2 and Peetz; in Guatemala – Zunil and Amatitlan; in Kenya – Olkaria III; and, in Nicaragua – Momotombo.
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