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Search is on for More Geothermal Energy

The search is on for new geothermal energy resources to provide Queenslanders with a greener source of energy for power generation.

Upcoming Geothermal Development

The Executive Officer of the New Zealand Geothermal Association, Brian White says he is confident that there are substantial quantities of undeveloped or under-developed geothermal resources that could be readily tapped in New Zealand at competitive prices.

Contact Outlines $2 billion Renewable Generation

Contact Energy today announced a new renewable generation program totaling around $2 billion in wind and geothermal.

Johnson Controls Expands Renewable Energy Services

In response to increasing global demand for renewable energy, Johnson Controls, Inc is expanding its business direction in the areas of designing, installing and servicing geothermal, solar, biomass, wind and other renewable sources as energy supply options for customers.

MIT-led Panel Backs 'Heat Mining' as Key U.S. Energy Source

A comprehensive new MIT-led study of the potential for geothermal energy within the United States has found that mining the huge amounts of heat that reside as stored thermal energy in the Earth's hard rock crust could supply a substantial portion of the electricity the United States will need in the future, probably at competitive prices and with minimal environmental impact.

EPA Challenges Top Corporations to Double Use of Green Power

The US Environmental Protection Agency is asking Fortune 500 companies to step up to the plate and double their current level of green power purchasing.

India and Iceland Discuss Mutual Cooperation on Renewable Energy

Shri Vilas Muttemwar, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Non Conventional Energy Sources concluded a two-day visit to the Republic of Iceland on June 14.

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