Geothermal energy is provided from heat sources in the ground. Some examples of geothermal energy sources above ground are volcanoes, hot springs and geysers. Geothermal energy is produced by tectonic activity from tectonic plates moving due heat produced at the Earth’s core from radioactive decay. In the most basic terms, steam and heat produced from this process is converted into electricity. Two popular places for the exploration of geothermal activity are Hawaii and Iceland.
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