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DESIGN OF SMALL GEOTHERMAL HEATING SYSTEMS AND POWER GENERATORS FOR RURAL CONSUMERS IN MONGOLIA

@inproceedings{Dorj2001DESIGNOS,
  title={DESIGN OF SMALL GEOTHERMAL HEATING SYSTEMS AND POWER GENERATORS FOR RURAL CONSUMERS IN MONGOLIA},
  author={Purevsuren Dorj},
  year={2001}
}
Some of the rural consumers in Mongolia have no reliable electricity and heating. Geothermal energy is one of the renewable, clear and economical energy resources in the world. The usage of geothermal energy is developed in Iceland, and there is a long experience in its use for heating and electrical production. Geothermal energy offers the possibility to supply electricity and heating for consumers close to geothermal resources in Mongolia. 

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