Nesjavellir is a 120MW geothermal power project. It is located in Southwest, Iceland. The project is currently active. It has been developed in multiple phases. Post completion of construction, the project got commissioned in 1998.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Geothermal||120||120||–||Active||Southwest, Iceland||Mannvit Engineering|
The project was developed by Mannvit Engineering and is currently owned by Orkuveita Reykjavikur.
The geothermal plant is of single flash type. The geothermal site has in total 25 number of wells. Nesjavellir runs at a temperature of 200.
Nesjavellir (Nesjavellir Unit 1) consists of 2 turbines with 30MWe nameplate capacity.
Nesjavellir (Nesjavellir Unit 2) consists of 1 turbine with 30MWe nameplate capacity.
Nesjavellir (Nesjavellir Unit 3) consists of 1 turbine with 30MWe nameplate capacity.
The project got commissioned in 1998.
Nesjavellir (Nesjavellir) is equipped with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries turbines.
About Mannvit Engineering
Mannvit Engineering (Mannvit) is a provider of engineering and consulting services. The company’s service portfolio comprises of project management, construction management, geotechnical engineering, software and system engineering, structural design, landscape analysis and assessment, mechanical engineering, environmental risk assessment, earthquake engineering, and safety management among others. It caters services to renewable energy, climate, power transmission, information technology, infrastructure, transportation, telecommunication sectors. The company is expertise in utility systems such as heating, water, sewage systems, traffic planning, environmental studies, hydrographic measurements, land surveys, geology and acoustics among other services. It has operational presence across the UK, Greenland, Germany, Hungary, Chile, Norway, and Indonesia. Mannvit is headquartered in Kopavogur, Iceland.
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