BREATHING CITIES

Arctic Green Energy is a leading renewable energy company with main focus on heating and cooling cities,
one of the world’s most significant energy challenges

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CO2 reduction

11.400.000

Tons

Total Generated

GWth

37.1

(2006-present)

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Replacing fossil Fuels

The Icelandic Model

Arctic in numbers

50 MILLION M2

CONNECTED
HEATING CAPACITY

508

HEAT
CENTRALS

280 MILLION M2

ADDITIONAL SECURED
IN PIPELINE

4.1 GWth

THERMAL
ENERGY

HEATING AND COOLING

Heating and cooling cities in the 21st Century will determine the outcome of the battles against air pollution and greenhouse emissions. That is because heating and cooling are major contributors to air pollution, greenhouse emissions and global warming.

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Arctic in numbers

708

WELLS
DRILLED

58

PATENTS
SECURED

11.400.000 tons CO2

CARBON
SAVINGS

15MWe

ELECTRICITY
GENERATED

BREATHING CITIES

One building, one street, one town, one city at a time that is how we use geothermal to transform cities. We replace the heat source that comes from burning fossil fuels (oil, coal) of one neighborhood to the next with geothermal heat.

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RENEWABLE SOURCE

Geothermal energy is under our feet in the form of hot water and steam that has been heated up by the earth’s core. Some of this super-heated water rises back to the surface of the earth where it emerges as hot springs or even geysers.

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Arctic in numbers

60

COUNTIES AND
CITIES

>2 MILLION

CUSTOMER
SERVED

1.140 km

HOT WATER PIPES

37.1 GWth

GENERATED
(2006-present)

OUR PROJECTS

Our Joint venture in China Sinopec Green Energy Geothermal development is the world largest district heating company in the world. It’s operations are in 60 cities/counties, with more than 700 employees and is poised to continue an exponential growth in coming years.

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OUR MANAGEMENT

Arctic Green Energy Corporation’s core team is comprised of seasoned industry leaders in terms of technological know-how, sustainable energy utilization and project management.

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