Geothermal energy utilizes the earth’s natural heat for an energy source. People have been using geothermal energy for a very long time for recreation and heating buildings. Nowadays, the steam from geysers is used to turn the blades of a turbine connected to a conduit to create electricity that can power entire buildings.
Geothermal energy as used by Geothermal Power Plants is extracted from heat below the surface of the Earth’s crust through wells between 1 to 2 miles deep. The high tempereature underground between 300 to 700 degrees Fahrenheit boils steam within these deep wells and propels a turbine that creates electricity through a generator.
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