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North Brawley Geothermal Area
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"File:North Brawley Power Plant.png|thumb|350px|left|Figure 1. Aerial photograph of the North Brawley Geothermal Power Plant.'"`UNIQ--ref-00000006-QINU`"'<span class="smw-highlighter" data-type="4" data-state="inline" data-title="Error"><span class="smwtticon warning"></span><div class="smwttcontent">The value "ReferenceFor" contains invalid characters (e.g. #) for a property name.</div></span>]] The North Brawley Geothermal Area lies within Imperial Valley, in southern California between the Salton Sea and the U.S. - Mexico border. Nine other geothermal areas have been identified in Imperial Valley, four of which have been developed. The [[Salton Sea Geothermal Area]] is the largest and most highly productive geothermal area in Imperial Valley. The other developed geothermal fields are [[East Mesa Geothermal Area]], [[Heber Geothermal Area]], and the [[North Brawley Geothermal Area]].'"`UNIQ--ref-00000007-QINU`"' The four undeveloped geothermal areas are also located within Imperial Valley are: [[Mt Signal Geothermal Area]], [[South Brawley Geothermal Area]], [[Pilger Estates Hot Springs Geothermal Area]], and [[Chocolate Mountains Geothermal Area]]. The [[East Brawley Geothermal Area]] is in the process of being developed; drilling of wells and construction of a 50 MW power plant began in 2012. Out of all the geothermal areas in Imperial Valley, North Brawley was first to be utilized, with a 10 MW experimental power plant that went online in 1980. The small experimental power plant was only in service for five years before being decommissioned. North Brawley is also the most recently developed geothermal area with a new 50 MW binary power plant (Figure 1) that was completed in 2008.'"`UNIQ--ref-00000008-QINU`"' The North Brawley power plant is owned and operated by Ormat Technologies, Inc. and was placed into service under a 20-year Power Purchase Agreement with Southern California Edison (SCE) on January 15, 2010.'"`UNIQ--ref-00000009-QINU`"''"`UNIQ--ref-0000000A-QINU`"'The new power plant consists of five Ormat Energy converter units that are all water cooled.'"`UNIQ--ref-0000000B-QINU`"' The working fluid in the binary rankine cycle is isopentane." cannot be used as a page name in this wiki. The given value was not understood.
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