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Geothermal Energy Poised for Boom, as U.S. Looks to Follow Iceland's Lead

08 Jan 2023 | Abstracted from Yahoo News

"...geothermal energy...accounts for less than 1% of the U.S. electricity portfolio..Unlike wind and solar energy, which do not produce as much energy in certain conditions, geothermal energy is much more constant."

In 2021, a kilowatt hour of electricity generated by geothermal cost an average of $3,991 in G20 countries, compared to $857 for utility-scale solar power and $1,325 for on-shore wind...on the cusp of moving into the cost-effective range."



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