Controlled Thermal Resources (US) Inc. via its subsidiary Hell’s Kitchen Geothermal, LLC is proposing the Hell’s Kitchen PowerCo 1 (HKP1), and Hell’s Kitchen LithiumCo 1 LLC is proposing the Hell’s Kitchen LithiumCo 1 (HKL1) in Imperial County, California. HKP1 involves the development of a geothermal power plant that will produce up to 49.9 megawatts (MW) net of geothermal green energy. HKL1 involves development of mineral extraction and processing facilities capable of producing lithium hydroxide, silica and polymetallic products, and possibly boron compounds, for commercial sale. HKP1 and HKL1 (together referred to as the Proposed Project) will be constructed by Hell’s Kitchen PowerCo 1 LLC and Hell’s Kitchen LithiumCo 1 LLC respectively, both subsidiaries of Controlled Thermal Resources (US) Inc. (CTR) and will have shared facilities. Hell’s Kitchen Operating Services LLC, also a subsidiary of Controlled Thermal Resources (US) Inc. will operate and maintain these facilities.
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