geothermal energy

An NREL senior geothermal analyst examines a heat sensor to make sure it’s in working order before the wire attached to the sensor descends 500 feet under an IKEA store then under construction in Centennial, on Sept. 25, 2013. 

This story originally appeared in Stateline.

Geothermal power currently provides only a tiny fraction of the nation’s electricity. But as states ramp up their transitions to renewable electricity, some leaders see a big role for geothermal as a stable, renewable power source.

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