In thousands of homes and buildings across the United States, geothermal heat pumps also use the steady temperatures just underground to heat and cool buildings, cleanly and inexpensively.
These geothermal facilities produced approximately 68 billion kilowatt-hours of electricity, enough to meet the annual needs of more than 6 million typical U.S. households. Geothermal plants account for more than 25 percent of the electricity produced in both Iceland and El Salvador
Many regions of the world are already tapping geothermal energy as an affordable and sustainable solution to reducing dependence on fossil fuels, and the global warming and public health risks that result from their use.
PLN, PGE Solve Geothermal Quarrel After Govt. Intervention
State-owned electricity monopoly Perusahaan Listrik Negara and Pertamina Geothermal Energy on Friday reached an agreement in renewing their power purchase deal for electricity from PGE’s Kamojang and Lahendong plants.
The past and future of geothermal energy on the Big Island
The breath of the earth harnessed to power our homes. You may not realize geothermal power has been a part of Hawaii's energy grid for decades. It sparked grand plans and protests over its futur...