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View Resource Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) Well Construction Technology Evaluation Report.

This 108 page report covers electricity production from geothermal resources is currently based on the exploitation of hydrothermal reservoirs. Hydrothermal reservoirs possess three ingredients...
View Resource Analytical Audit: Sectoral Annex

The document is primarily a series of Venn diagrams demonstrating an analysis of carbon data and carbon policies in the United Kingdom According to a footnote, this paper is based on analysis...
View Resource Platform for Creating and Retaining Midwestern Jobs in the New Energy Economy

A 36 page paper funded by The Joyce Foundation, Great Plains Institute, and Corporation for a Skilled Workforce. Jobs + Energy Forum, Creating Jobs in the New Energy Economy Advisory Group.
View Resource OCC Household Emissions Project: Analysis Pack

The United Kingdom's Office of Climate Change reports that a number of barriers inhibit households from reducing carbon emissions, even though reducing carbon emissions generally results in reducing...
View Resource Obama Trumpets Energy Grants

The Obama administration launched a clean-energy blitz Tuesday, with President Barack Obama sweeping into this Central Florida hamlet to unveil $3.4 billion in stimulus grants for advanced...
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