Japan is nevertheless the world's sixth largest geothermal power producer, following the United States (more than 3,000 MW), the Philippines (almost 2,000 MW), Indonesia (around 1,200 MW), Mexico (almost 1,000 MW), and Italy (over 800 MW), despite being one of the most tectonically active countries in the world, with nearly 200 volcanoes, the International Geothermal Association said.
What does IGA stand for?
IGA stands for International Geothermal Association
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The summit, hosted by business information company, naseba, in association with International Geothermal Association and International Solar Energy Society, will be attended by high level investors, banks, asset management firms, private equity firms, key associations, alternative energy projects and public and private sector thought leaders from around the Middle East.
According to the International Geothermal Association, Costa Rica is the seventh most productive country of the 25 that produce geothermal electricity in the world today.