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Geothermal energy – the thermal energy derived from the heat contained in the Earth, which is recognised as essentially limitless, its use being only restricted by technology and the associated costs.

It is environmentally clean, renewable, sustainable and is the largest energy source available to mankind. Geothermal energy can be used directly as a heat source with a range of industrial applications, or indirectly in a thermal power plant to produce electricity. The Earth’s heat is a combination of radioactive decay of uranium, thorium, and potassium in the Crust and Mantle, and primordial heat left over from the planet’s formation.

“The amount of heat that flows annually from the earth to the atmosphere is enormous – more than needed to power all nations of the world – if it could be harnessed… If only 1% of the thermal energy contained in the uppermost 10Km of our planet could be tapped this amount would be 500 times that contained in all oil and gas resources of the world” Geothermal Energy – Clean power from the Earth’s heat – US Geological Survey ’08

Geothermal targets must currently be sufficiently hot (>circa 130°C) and sufficiently close to surface (<4 Km) to justify commercial development. Exploitable targets have hitherto been associated with areas of recent volcanic activity – Pacific Rim (including western seaboard of America), Italian Alps, Iceland and the East African Rift System, which are largely high enthalpy. However, there are a larger number of low enthalpy geothermal systems that also have the potential to produce power and it is these that may provide the energy for the majority of globally produced geothermal power in the future.

Geothermal power production is already a reality in Africa with current production in Kenya at 676MW.

“Geothermal energy is potentially the largest – and presently the most misunderstood – source of energy in the world today” Al Gore “Our Choice”

The Bweengwa River Geothermal Resource Area in Zambia covers the southern part of Lochinvar National Park and traditional lands sparsely occupied by the pastoralist Tonga ethnic group to the south of the Park. The area is accessed via the Livingstone – Lusaka truck road from Monze, which is some 45km by tarred and gravel roads.

Initial Indicated Resource: Greater than 10MW of usable power. The resource capacity is being verified by the 2019 drill programme, if successful, will lead to a feasibility study by the end of the year.

Assessment is that license area may contain 50-80MW. KGE’s objective is to have 50MW either in production or as defined resources by 2022. Read More…

A binary power plant will utilise thermal heat from well head temperature down to some 100˚C; thereafter the energy can be used in pre-heaters and a range of activities that require thermal energy, typically in the agro-industrial sector. There is growing international interest in utilising geothermal energy for direct use applications such as utilisation for district heating /hot water, balneology, diary processing, horticulture and aquaculture.

At Lochinvar, and in Zambia generally, identified direct applications include dairy, horticulture and aquaculture, with associated processing and packaging facilities. Such a cluster or ‘resource park’ could be situated in the southern part of the geothermal resource area; these activities would create rural development with sustainable employment. At the end of the cascade utilisation of thermal energy the geothermal fluid will be re-injected into the reservoir. Read More…


Kalahari GeoEnergy Ltd Prospectus
August 2019
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Kalahari GeoEnergy Ltd
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Kalahari GeoEnergy Ltd is a member of the International Geothermal Association. For further information on Geothermal Energy and power production please see www.geothermal-energy.org