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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the new Geothermal Geophone Prize.

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Chief of Geothermal Innovation CATF

Philip Ball is a the Chief of Geothermal Innovation at CATF and Senior Honorary Researcher at the Department of Geography, Geology and the Environment, Keele University. Philip has gained...

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The prize, which provides $3.65 million in total incentives, engages with the nation’s innovators and entrepreneurs to rapidly discover, develop, and deliver new high temperature seismic sensor solutions. Downhole seismic sensors, also known as geophones, help researchers and industry professionals better understand and track changes in the subsurface during enhanced geothermal systems (EGS) stimulation. 

#geophysics #geothermal #geothermalenergy #geothermie #egs #nextgeneration

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Matt Chester on Apr 27, 2022

Exciting to hear-- I hope you report back with the results once they're announced, Philip!

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