- Jul 9, 2022 6:13 pm GMT
Geothermal energy was exploited by the Romans over two thousand years ago. It was used to heat baths and the floors of villas and homes. It is a considerable contributor to the energy requirements of Costa Rica and New Zealand. Europe’s capacity for geothermal remains largely unexploited to this day and yet the source lies right under the EU’s feet. And now, Europe and the rest of the world may soon be able to apply an old Soviet-developed technology, the gyrotron, to unlock the immense energy reserves lying deep in the Earth. An MIT spinoff, Quaise Energy is planning to do just that.
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