Geothermal Aided Power Generation (GAPG) technology is a method of integrating geothermal energy into a regenerative Rankine cycle (RRC) power plant. In such a power system, the geothermal energy is used to preheat the feedwater to boiler of the power plant. Therefore, the extraction steam of RRC power plant is displaced by the geothermal energy. Then, the displaced extraction steam is expended further in steam turbine to produce power. In a GAPG plant, a heat exchanger system is used to facilitate the heat exchange between the geothermal fluid and the feedwater. As power from geothermal energy comes from displaced extraction steam, different displacement selections for extraction steam would lead to different technical performance of the GAPG plant. When the geothermal fluid flows up from the geothermal well and quench to a lower temperature in the heat exchanger system, the silica scaling occurs in the heat exchanger system. As silica scaling can be controlled by adjusting geothermal fluid temperature, different displacement selections would have different influences on the silica scaling process in the heat exchanger system. There are two kinds of structures for the heat exchanger system of the GAPG plant, which are series structure and parallel structure. The different structures also lead to different performance of the GAPG plant. In present paper, a 300 MW GAPG plant is used as a case study to optimise displacement selections and structures of the GAPG plant. The results show that there is no silica scaling in the heat exchanger system for the displacement selection of geothermal energy to displace extraction to all high-pressure feedwater heaters. For this displacement selection, the power output of the Parallel GAPG plant is higher than the Series GAPG plant.