Enorca specializes in providing advanced business consultancy services worldwide within the geothermal sector

With over 15 years of experience in geothermal development, our focus has primarily been on deep drilling projects, and in construction of power plants. Initially serving as the director of business development at Iceland Drilling Company and then later as a consultant at Green Energy Geothermal, an EPC contractor specializing in the construction of geothermal wellhead power plants, our projects have spanned across countries including Iceland, New Zealand, Azores, Germany, Denmark, Dominica, Montserrat, St. Vincent, Kenya, Djibouti, and Nicaragua

To compliment our core expertise, Enorca has established affiliations with leading engineering firms and geo-survey firms in the geothermal industry.

Our core competency lies in preparation of deep geothermal drilling projects worldwide, involving tasks such as overseeing procurement procedures, negotiating with drilling companies and overseeing the construction of wellhead power plants. We also specialize in developing business models and conducting viability studies.


The Azores

SOGEO – Sociedade Geotermica dos Acores S.A. operates two binary geothermal plants on the island of São Miguel […]
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In Germany only low geothermal temperature areas can be found such as in Bavaria (Molasse Basin) and in […]
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St. Vincent

The geothermal project in St. Vincent & the Grenadines in the Caribbean showed sufficient temperature (230-250° Celsius) in […]
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In the Caribbean Island Montserrat already three exploration wells have been drilled in the year 2014 and 2016, […]
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Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica started exploration drilling on the island in the year 2011. Total of […]
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Hellisheidi geothermal power station in Hengill, Iceland is the worlds second largest geothermal power station. It has a […]
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New Zealand

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Vilhjalmur Gudmundsson


Mr. Vilhjalmur Gudmundsson has dedicated over 15 years to international geothermal developments, primarily with Iceland Drilling Company (IDC). Serving as the head of IDC's international project marketing and sales for eight years, until December 2012, he later rejoined the company in February 2016 for additional five years.

In the interim, Vilhjálmur served as the director in business development for Green Energy Geothermal (GEG) promoting Geothermal Wellhead Power Plants in the Caribbean and Latin America region from 2013 to 2018. 

His focus on global business development for both geothermal drilling projects and small geothermal power plants around the world, being responsible not only in marketing and sales, but also in tendering/procurement and contract negotiation. This comprehensive experience provides him with a valuable perspective on the essential services required in geothermal development.

Before entering the geothermal sector, Mr. Gudmundsson held the position of director business development at the Trade Council of Iceland. During this time he accumulated extensive experience in international marketing projects, overseeing initiatives in Central and East European countries, Asian countries, Russia, and in Chile.

Educationally, Vilhjalmur holds a Cand Oecon Degree from University of Iceland and a Master's Degree in International Business from Lund's University in Sweden.

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