PAA Dairy Pasteurization Study

Originally published on November 19, 2014.

This report presents the results of the prefeasibility assessment of the technical, financial, and logistical viability of a geothermal-powered dairy processing plant in Kenya, where geothermal heat could be used for a range of process heat and cooling needs common to dairies, with the possible option of geothermal power generation to meet the electric power needs of a dairy.

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