Enel Green Power begins operations at Utah geothermal power plant

Enel Green Power has completed and connected its 25-MW Cove Fort geothermal power plant to the grid, the company announced Wednesday. The plant is Enel’s first in Utah.

Cove Fort is a medium-enthalpy geothermal plant using binary cycle technology. The plant is owned by Enel Cove Fort LLC, a subsidiary of EGPNA Development Holdings LLC, and required a total investment of around $126 million.

The plant has a 20-year power purchase agreement with Salt River Project.

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