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Japan’s huge geothermal potential, or why Climeon is going there
Japan has a huge potential to become both more self-sufficient and transition from fossil fuel to clean ene...
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First electricity produced at Fludir geothermal plant, in Iceland
We reached a milestone recently - the first electricity produced at Varmaorka's geothermal heatpower plant Fludir. A very proud CEO, Thomas Öström, talks about what we have accomplished
Climeon wins Japan innovation prize - CEO Thomas Öström comments
Last week we won the Japanese innovation prize “Top 10 Innovation” at Innovation for Cool Earth Forum (ICEF) in Tokyo, hosted by the Japanese Government. Our CEO Thomas Öström reflects on the importan
Hidden treasure for Oil and Gas producers
Oil and gas producers have an incredible opportunity to turn today’s waste - hot water - into tomorrow’s power supply. Find out more in this short video
Work is progressing well at Varmaorka’s geothermal power plant Flodir. Here’s a short video with a nice ending #geothermal #iceland #flodir #heatpower #1climatesolver
Geothermal financing roundtable Praxisforum
The importance of financing in geothermal projects. Christopher Engman, our CRO/CMO, will participate in a roundtable on this at Praxisforum Geothermie in Munich October 17. Here are his thoughts on f
Why Geothermal power plants need to be modular, scaleable and standardized
Changing the way we plan, build and operate geothermal power plants will increase the market potential enormously
Japan: Climeon at the center of a major energy transformation
The abundance of hot water available in Japan puts geothermal is at the center of the country's energy transformation
Why modularity is a game changer for geothermal power plants
Low-temperature geothermal resources has the potential to provide large amounts of clean electricity. And it's the modularity of our Heat power systems that can make it a reality
Geothermal potential in Iceland
Geothermal heatpower has a huge potential in Iceland and local heatpower operator Varmaorka is in a great position to benefit from this. Ruben Havsed, Head of Sales Geothermal, explains
Climeon's clean technology and geothermal energy
Geothermal power can revolutionize the way we see renewable electricity. It's the only renewable source of energy that can produce a base-load of electricity 24/7. Geothermal has the potential to repl
Why Climeon was made a Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer
In April Bloomberg New Energy made Climeon a New Energy Pioneer - a great honor. While in New York our CEO Thomas Öström and CRO/CMO Christopher Engman talked about the three key reasons why this happ
Why heatpower will become bigger than wind or solar
Christopher Engman, Climeon's CRO/CMO, tells us what he will be speaking about at the IGC 2018 - Iceland Geothermal Conference.
Imagine a world of unlimited clean electricity... Climeon & Virgin Voyages
This video presents how the clean tech company Climeon and Sir Richard Branson aim to change the way we produce electricity today. Climeon makes 100% clean electricity from waste heat and recently ann
The world needs more women engineers - Here are three from Climeon (English subtitles)
If you're a woman thinking about becoming an engineer, here's a video that might help you. It's about three of our engineers - Anna, Signe and Pernilla - what they do and why they decided to become en
Climeon 2017 rewind
2017 was the year of scale for Climeon. We've made a video to summarise our progress. We hope that you will continue to follow us in 2018, the year of....?
Reality check - What does 100% carbon neutral actually mean?
As a consumer, I value when companies set aggressive environmental targets such as “100% carbon neutral”, however the reality behind the words "100% carbon neutral" is much more complex than you know.
Climeon AB receives a conditional 300 MSEK order to produce distributed geothermal electricity in Iceland
Climeon has entered a collaboration with Icelandic Energy Holding to deliver 100 Climeon Heatpower modules to be installed in Iceland as one of the world's first distributed geothermal power solutions
Profitable Distributed Geothermal Energy through Climeon Heat Power Systems