Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy is an important new renewable energy source, derived from the natural heat of the earth. It can be used as heat energy for various end uses including electricity generation. For thermal applications, the geothermal fluid can be used for space heating, greenhouse cultivation, cooking etc.

M/s Geo Syndicate Power Pvt. Ltd., a company incubated in the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay has taken up the preliminary studies and submitted Techno-economic report to harness geothermal energy in Andhra Pradesh. As per their report, the estimated potential for generation of Geothermal power of the order of 1500 MW in south east of Hyderabad and Godavari basin .After conducting the exploration and research studies, it is confirmed with a fair amount certainness that the following areas are conducive for generating power using geothermal energy.

Bugga, Khammam District
Manuguru, Khammam District
Minimum potential of 38-50 MW
Bhadracharam, Khammam District Minimum potential of 40-60 MW
Burgampad, Khammam District Minimum potential of 15-20 MW
Aswaraopet, Khammam District Minimum potential of 25 MW
Gopalapalpuram-Chintalapudi will be taken up for future development West Godavari District

One Geothermal Power project of 25 MW capacity was sanctioned to M/s.Geo Syndicate Power Pvt.Ltd, Mumbai , to be set up near Ashwaraopet , Khammam dist. Further six proposals totalling to 135 MW capacity of Geothermal Power projects have been considered for sanction.

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