Geothermal Energy: Delivering on the Global Potential
by Paul L. Younger (ed.)
Publisher: MDPI AG 2015
Number of pages: 431
After decades of being largely the preserve of countries in volcanic regions, the use of geothermal energy -- for both heat and power applications -- is now expanding worldwide. This reflects its excellent low-carbon credentials and its ability to offer baseload and dispatchable output - rare amongst the mainstream renewables.
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