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Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, Cyrq Energy is a leader in renewable energy technology with geothermal, solar and storage facilities generating energy and under development in California, New Mexico, Utah, Oregon, Nevada, as well as Africa.

The company develops, builds, owns and operates geothermal and PV solar energy-based power plants, and has commenced activity in the storage market with projects under development. Cyrq’s corporate culture is fully committed to investment in sound operations and the in-depth knowledge gained from these operations results in one of the strongest plant performance records in the industry. Cyrq has over a decade of experience in the development of clean, efficient renewable energy facilities with the goal of becoming a leading global developer and provider of renewable energy.

Cyrq Energy has the proven expertise to fully develop, operate and manage high availability power plants for the long-term. Cyrq Energy has extensive experience with underperforming geothermal sites. We have the people and the technology to turn challenging projects around and achieve the most efficient energy output from existing geothermal resources. Cyrq Energy has established a reputation in the industry for getting the most out of geothermal resources.

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Geothermal plays an important role in the development of a balanced, renewable energy portfolio. Just as a 401K should include an array of investments to increase profitably, the same remains true to ensure reliability in renewable energy portfolios.

Geothermal energy is a proven energy source having very low environmental impact and is amongst the most consistent power generation technologies. A key benefit of geothermal energy is that it is a “baseload resource” meaning it is available to generate power around the clock, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Our existing geothermal plants prevent 22 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) from entering the atmosphere each year. Likewise, 200,000 tons of nitrogen oxide (NOX) and 110,000 tons of particulates are also prevented from entering the atmosphere.

Our existing geothermal plants prevent 22 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) from entering the atmosphere each year. Likewise, 200,000 tons of nitrogen oxide (NOX) and 110,000 tons of particulates are also prevented from entering the atmosphere.

 
 

The Patua Geothermal and Solar Power Plant
Hazen, NV

This plant produces up to 30 MW of geothermal energy and 10MW of solar energy. Combined, these two renewable generating facilities provide power for up to 35,000 homes with renewable energy.

 

Soda Lake Geothermal Power Plants
Fallon, NV

Soda lake 1 & 2 are the oldest facilities in the Cyrq fleet. Scheduled for equipment upgrades in 2018, the new generating equipment will produce up to 30MW of geothermal energy.

Thermo No. 1
Thermo, UT

This facility is a 10 MW, zero-emissions, water-cooled, binary geothermal power plant. The power generated at Thermo No. 1 is sold to the City of Anaheim.

 

Lighting Dock Geothermal HI-O1
Animas, NM

The Lightning Dock Geothermal resource area is located in the Animas Valley of southwest New Mexico, in Hidalgo County, approximately 20 miles southwest of Lordsburg, NM.

The first phase of this project provides up to 4MW of electricity for sale. Development of the Lightning Dock No. 2 expansion is underway with an additional 6MW of generation currently under construction.

 

Avalon Geothermal
Reno, NV

In 2017, Cyrq acquired a geothermal district heating utility in Reno, NV. Formerly known as NGUC, this utility holds the potential to be one of the largest district heating utilities in the United States and Cyrq looks forward to working with its new customers and the Reno community to expand service to many more in Reno. Learn more at NVGeothermal.com.

 

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Kearns Building, Suite 600
136 South Main Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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Phone:
801.875.4200

Fax:
801.875.4299

Email:
info@cyrqenergy.com