Chapter 9: Central America and Caribbean

January 2007
Geothermal Generation Report;2007, Vol. 4, p95
Market Research Report
The article offers information on several geothermal power resources that were developed in Central America and Caribbean. Costa Rico has one 142.5 megawatt (MW) geothermal plant at Miravalles, which a water dominated reservoir. Dominica has geothermal resources from a boiling lake, numerous boiling hot springs and volcanic activity. Guadeloupe has one 4.2 MW geothermal generation plant, which generates 2% of the area's electricity.


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