Geothermal project meets more adversity
Alaska electric co-op, already in bankruptcy over troubled drilling program, says equipment bought to test well needed costly fixes
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Trouble continues to dog Naknek Electric Associationís geothermal drilling project.
The small electric cooperative in Southwest Alaska has been trying to complete an exploratory geothermal well in an effort to find an alternative to burning expensive diesel to generate power.
Cost overruns on the ge....
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