Mining News: City weighs cost of geothermal project
Flooded underground shafts of abandoned gold mine could provide Yellowknife with 20 percent of its space heating requirements
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A large abandoned underground gold mine just south of the City of Yellowknife could provide the Northwest Territories community with geothermal power, an environmentally friendly resource to help meet the Far North community’s energy needs.
But the immediate challenge facing Yellowknife officials i....
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