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Futurist, Writer and Researcher, now retired, former freelance writer for new technology ventures. Former President & CEO of Len Rosen Marketing Inc., a marketing consulting firm focused on...

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The gamechanger for geothermal technology will be ultradeep drilling to tap the heat energy of hot, dry igneous and metamorphic rocks 10 kilometres or more beneath the surface. New drilling methodologies are being tested and developed to make this future a reality. What it means potentially is that almost everywhere on the planet we can build a geothermal power plant. 

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Mario Montero on May 31, 2022

Geothermal emits GHG.  Sometimes a lot.  Maybe thats why it was left out. 

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Matt Chester on Jun 1, 2022

What's the level of GHG per ultimate kWh? And what exactly is the source? 

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