The installed capacity of the new binary cycle geothermal power plant in Cove Fort, Utah is 25 MW. The facility will be able to generate up to 160 GWh of power per year.
Construction of the plant required a total investment of approx. 126 million US dollars.
Enel Green Power completed and connected to the grid the Cove Fort geothermal power plant, its first plant in the State of Utah (USA).
Cove Fort is a medium-enthalpy geothermal plant, which uses innovative binary cycle technology. The facility is owned by Enel Cove Fort, LLC, a subsidiary of EGPNA Development Holdings, LLC.
The installed capacity of the Cove Fort geothermal plant amounts to 25 MW. The operating facility will be able to generate up to 160 GWh of power per year, therefore avoiding the emission of around 115,000 tons of CO2 into the atmosphere each year.
Construction of the plant, in line with the growth targets set by Enel Green Power