Our portfolio

GEOTROPY focuses on new and emerging areas with geothermal potential, as well as new applications of geothermal energy utilization, worldwide. Traditionally, utilization of geothermal energy has been limited to regions with high temperature potential with its application for power generation and heating. Considering renewable energy development as a global focus due to climate crisis, increased energy demand and improved scope of exploiting geothermal energy from low temperature geothermal resources, GEOTROPY aims to develop and contribute project related to new applications such as cooling and various other cascaded applications. 


As a renewable energy source with the highest capacity factor, geothermal clearly comes out on top as the best option for cold storage and air conditioning applications such as these.
Our efforts are a key component of our company’s commitment to the increased food security and more sustainable livelihoods of communities around the world, and also aligns with our company mission towards environmental sustainability.

The economic viability of exploiting low-enthalpy geothermal systems for power generation is a challenge in many regions. 

Geothermal energy can provide a direct source of energy, as is required for many processes which utilize direct electric energy from the nearby grid.

 One of these processes is cooling powered utilizing direct heat from a geothermal source. By optimizing the technology and the exploitation of the available resource, a variety of cooling applications can become possible.

Schematic of the Geothermal based cooling application

Our Solution

GEOTROPY provides both delivery and consultancy services related to resource development & utilization, technology design, and installation.

This service is based on the product volume, as well as the total resource potential available.

Key Design Elements:

  • Geothermal resource assessment for cooling applications
  • Cooling load calculation based on product volume
  • Wellbore and pump performance analysis based on cooling load   requirement
  • Vapor absorption & heat exchanger assembly design and selection

North East- Himalayan Geothermal System Development

The Himalayan geothermal belt extends upto 3000 km through, India, Nepal, Tibet, Thailand and Myanmar and consists of number of geothermal fields along the belt. The Himalayan belt ranges upto 150 km in width. The formation of Himalaya resulted from collision of the Indian plate with the Eurasian plate, 40 to 50 million year ago and are well known as the highest, youngest and one of the best studied continental collision orogenic belts.

Continuous convergence of the two tectonic plates have led to the formation of faults in the Himalayan belt which act as a key factor for the occurrence of a geothermal system. This is seen in terms of hot spring manifestations in many areas.

Schematic of the Geothermal based cooling application

Our Solution

With an active presence in the geothermal development in the Himalayan region with our own projects, GEOTROPY aims to support other companies in understanding and development of geothermal resources in the Himalayan geothermal belt.

Our team has expertise and experience in developing geothermal resources in the Himalayan region.

Scope of work:Scope of work:

  • Reconnaissance study and ground surveys
  • Conceptual model development
  • Geothermal resource development
  • Equipment installation and operation.