With its unique business model, GEG developed its approach of delivering turnkey modular geothermal power plants as a complete package from the well to the connection to the transmission line. The company is able to design, engineer and provide the necessary construction work, assembly on site and commissioning in one package. With this GEG has been able to speed up development, support a faster return on investment, while providing flexibility in a potential build out of the plants.

The company has shifted focus from the delivery of a complete turn key power plant development package to clients, to a development approach through a joint venture with international partners through geothermal development company. 


Remote access and optimised power

The modular design by GEG’s engineering and scientific experts allows for electricity generation from remote or stranded wells that are outside of the topographical reach of larger traditional plants.

Utilising individual wellhead power plants enables optimum energy generation regardless of differing well outputs and characteristics.

Alternative to traditional power plants

Geothermal wellhead units are an option to large-scale plant development allowing a more efficient use of capital to connect power units to the grid. The high speed of delivery will provide early revenues to offset development costs, may replace diesel cost for drilling rigs, and mitigate risk on the resource assessment.

Power farms & rapid deployment

As well as independent unit implementation, GEG wellhead plants can be deployed in larger numbers for cultivation of ‘power farms’ to be operated long-term. Interconnecting several plants together can replace traditional large-scale plants.

GEG’s unique wellhead approach can be deployed and online within 12-14 months from ordering allowing for faster return on investment.

Single turbine set-up

Twin turbine set-up