Why aren’t we not using Geothermal Energy more?

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With the onset of fall in most countries, winter is not too far behind.  Many countries will be spending a lot of money trying to keep their citizens warm by using fossil fuels. Question is why aren’t more companies investing and using Geothermal energy which would provide the warmth required without the use of fossil fuels. The earth’s geothermal energy originates from the original formation of the planet, from the radioactive decay of minerals and from volcanic activity.

Geothermal power could theoretically satisfy all the world’s energy needs , the only issue is that it is expensive to do the deep drilling which is necessary to tap the heat. The way it works is that a deep productions well is dug to an underground steam reservoir. The pressurized steam is released and piped to a power plant which forces a turbine to turn. The turbine powers a generator that converts…

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One comment on “Why aren’t we not using Geothermal Energy more?
  1. revealed4you says:

    Good article and good questions posed.

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