The US could tap potentially up to 517,800 megaWatts of geothermal energy from unconventional (high temperature, low permeability) Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) resources. That’s according to research the USGS produced in 2008. The same report found that fully expanding conventional, already identified systems, could expand geothermal power by 260% more than the 2,500 MWs currently produced, raising the nation’s total to approximately 6,500 MWs.
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