The most attractive aspect of geothermal energy is it is renewable. The heat generated from the Earth’s core is in constant supply. There are geothermal power plants in California, Montana and Utah. They produce clean energy, 97 percent less acid rain causing chemicals than traditional power plants.
A good example of using geothermal energy for power is Iceland. Many of the volcanoes on the island are used for energy, 89% of all energy to be precise.
The hot water from volcanoes are transported away from a pipeline and turned into steam. The steam goes through a series of turbines to create electricity nearby. Needeless to say, if we can follow Iceland’s example and use geothermal power properly, we can cut down on a lot of unnecessary waste!
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