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Title: A Geothermal electric and nonelectric research facility utilizing the HGP-A well on the island of Hawaii : a proposal to Energy Research and Development Administration, Division of Geothermal Research
Keywords: HGP
HGP-A
exploration
drilling
geophysics
Puna
Hawaii
LC Subject Headings: Hawaii Geothermal Project
Geothermal resources--Hawaii
Geothermal power plants--Hawaii
Issue Date: 6-Apr-1977
Publisher: The Research Corp. of the University of Hawaii
Citation: 1977. A Geothermal electric and nonelectric research facility utilizing the HGP-A well on the island of Hawaii : a proposal to Energy Research and Development Administration, Division of Geothermal Research. Honolulu (HI): The Research Corp. of the University of Hawaii.
Abstract: Technical. This proposal to the Geothermal Division of ERDA for a geothermal research station on the island of Hawaii (Figure 2-1) is directed toward the utilization of geothermal resources for research that will benefit the entire geothermal community. Project support, to date, has been ERDA, the State and County of Hawaii, the National Science Foundation, Water Resources International, Hawaiian Electric Company, and other public and private groups. ERDA has provided 60% of the resources required to drill and test a 6450-feet-deep geothermal well (designated HGP-A) that produces high quality steam at a rate, temperature, and pressure equivalent to approximately 4 megawatts of electrical power.
Description: v.1. Technical -- v.2.
Sponsor: Division of Geothermal Research -- Energy Research and Development Administration, State of Hawaii, County of Hawaii, University of Hawaii, and Hawaii Electric Light Company (HELCO) (Hawaiian Electric Company).
Pages/Duration: 168 pages
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/23603
Appears in Collections:The Geothermal Collection



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