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Climeon moves forward on geothermal projects in Iceland and Japan

Climeon units at Fludir, Iceland (source: Climeon)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 19 Nov 2018

Swedish heat power technology supplier Climeon reports that its first units at a geothermal project in Iceland have started operation and that drilling has started for a geothermal project in Japan that is to utilise Climeon units.

In short announcements, Swedish Climeon – supplier of small-scale geothermal heat power units, provides an update on projects in Iceland and Japan.

The company reports that it has started power production of its first units on site in Fludir, Iceland, and that drilling has started for a project in Japan that will see the set up of Climeon units.

We previously reported on the construction of the geothermal units by Climeon in Iceland, and the project in Japan.

Source: Climeon via LinkedIn (Iceland) and (Japan).