Alaska geothermal test going to Florida
Chena Power would use produced water to generate electricity in oil fields, similar process used on turbine outside Fairbanks
A geothermal project originally planned for Alaska’s North Slope is heading to Florida.
The demonstration project will use heat from near-boiling water brought to the surface during regular oil production to power a generator and make electricity.
If ultimately proven feasible, the project could ha....
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Originally planned for Alaska
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