Geothermal Energy Advantages

There are many advantages of the Immanuel geothermal power system over the conventional water injection technology, which is the current practice.  The following is a brief list of those advantages.

1 – Zero environmental impact, does not affect the rock formation, no emission of toxic chemicals, no emission of greenhouse gases, no air pollution, no water pollution, no brine formation, no facility noise, and a minimal facility in the area.
2 – System functions in closed cycles using minimum quantity of water and uses no chemicals in the treatment of water to produce steam.
3 – No corrosion in equipment and no crust sediment throughout the technological process.
4 – It can achieve high energy efficiency because it is designed to work in geothermal formations of ultra high temperatures (UHT) such as hot dry rock and magma.  The liquid metal can reach values close to these high temperatures and therefore will attain a high production of electricity.  Summarizing this point – there is a real possibility for the first time to extract thermal energy from the magma in the hot dry rock geothermal formations at a large scale.
This technology consist of three thermal cycles – the first extraction of heat from the rock formation to produce super-heated steam and then two cycles of electricity production.    All these are designed for minimal heat loss.  Little energy is needed to pump the liquid metal.
5 – The process is computerized to assure accuracy and reliability.
6 – The exploitation of the geothermal reservoir of this technology has a much longer life than current technologies; which makes the process more economically competitive.
7 – It can achieve relatively low production costs ($/kWh) if it is applied in the geothermal zone of hot dry rock and magma, with the correct pipe design, and proper retention time of the fluid.
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Geothermal Energy Advantages By Reinaldo Antonio Faget-Mora – edited by Daryl Kniep

The Future of Geothermal Energy & Electric Power

The future of geothermal power will benefit from a higher energy efficiency through the system described on this site.  The Immanuel system will tap into the limitless resource of renewable energy deep within the earth.

Current geothermal energy systems inject water into deep hot rock-beds, let the water disperse throughout the zone, and then pump the heated water back to the surface to produce steam to drive the turbines.

This system uses fluids that are completely contained in piping. Nothing is injected into the hot deep rock as is the case with current systems. The combination of the right liquid metals and correctly designed piping produces efficiencies far greater than water injection systems.

The Immanuel system is unique to other systems in that there is no loss of water in the steam producing process.  Every aspect of this system features preservation of the materials used, with no environmental pollution.

Below is a schematic of a geothermal power plant that uses a sodium-potassium liquid metal to transfer heat to another component which produces steam. The steam propels electricity producing turbines.

Geothermal Energy Plant

Geothermal Electric Power Invention

Energy Efficient Geothermal Electric Power

The future of energy efficient geothermal electric power will benefit from the system described on this site. Geothermal energy resources are limitless. This breakthrough in technology will be a great benefit to clean energy power.

Current geothermal systems inject water into deep hot dry rock beds, let the water disperse throughout the zone, and then pump the heated water back to the surface to produce steam to drive the turbines.

This system uses fluids that are completely contained in piping; closed system. Nothing is injected into the deep rock as is the case with current systems. The combination of the right liquid metals and correctly designed piping produces a superior energy efficiency over water injection systems.

Below is a schematic of a system that uses a sodium-potassium liquid metal to transfer heat to another system which produces steam. The steam propels electricity producing turbines.

High Effeciency Geothermal Patented System