Turkish Geothermal Plants Reduce Water Use With GE Systems

17 Oct 2014 by Local Press Report

Three geothermal power plants in Turkey, owned by Kipaş Holding, have significantly reduced water usage, lowered CO2 emissions, decreased corrosion and are using the Industrial Internet to analyze data with help from GE’s (NYSE: GE) water treatment technology. GE honored Kipaş Holding with the Return on Environment (ROE) award to recognize the company for its noteworthy reductions in water usage, lowered CO2 emissions and decreased corrosion. Kipaş Holding recently expanded three of its existing Maren Enerji geothermal plants and is constructing one new plant -- all with GE water treatment technology...

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