Tapping into Alaska’s volcanoes
Alaska’s geothermal lease offerings reflect interest in harnessing underground heat, want applications next to Augustine, Mt. Spurr
Living next to a volcano might not fit into everyone’s comfort zone. But, as most Icelanders would probably testify, it’s a situation that can keep down the energy bills. In the right situation, geothermal energy — heat from inside the Earth’s crust — can provide seemingly endless quantities of hot....
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Call for applications
Needs a market
Mount Spurr potential
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