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geothermal

, geothermic
of or relating to the heat in the interior of the earth

Geothermal

The heat derived from the Earth. It is the thermal energy contained in the rock and fluid in the Earth’s crust.

geothermal

[¦jē·ō¦thər·məl]
(geophysics)
Pertaining to heat within the earth.
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In Iceland, where volcanoes and geysers are abundant, 90 percent of homes are heated geothermally.
Karl will line the ice beds with tanned caribou hides, and warm them with geothermally heated rocks, but he concedes that comfort will not be the hotel's selling point.
The cave water is significantly warmer than what would normally be expected for this area, thus suggesting this geothermally warmed water almost certainly originates from deep below the Earth's surface.
Now, we have this approach using CO2 which basically doubles the efficiency (of geothermal energy projects), so maybe now we can actually produce electricity geothermally there, which was not possible before," said Saar.
The scheme, which promises to create at least 350 jobs, would also offer mountain biking through former limestone quarries, a cable car and toboggan run, a station for the rejuvenated Weardale railway, geothermally heated koi carp fish ponds, reed-bed sewage treatment, business space and 99 new houses warmed by a biomass heating scheme.
If the hot springs of the American West are thought of as sanctuaries of hedonistic worship, then Long Valley, a geothermally active depression just a little southeast of Mammoth Lakes, is hallowed ground.
The board next week will consider expanding its use of wind and adding geothermally generated electricity, bringing its total renewable non-hydroenergy to 15 percent.
I went to Iceland earlier in the year (that's the country, not the frozen foods supermarket) and on our final day, Paul and I went to a fantastic geothermally heated pool called The Blue Lagoon.
A leader in alternative energy with 90% of its buildings heated geothermally, Iceland hopes to end its dependence on fossil fuels by 2030.
GreenFire's suite of technologies, which the company refers to as "CO2E[TM]," uses geothermally heated and pressurized carbon dioxide in closed-loop systems to produce electricity.
We'll be the first campus in the world to be 100 percent geothermally powered from a resource on its campus," said John Lund, Director, Geo-Heat Center at the Institute.
For the proposed Renewable Energy Village, access to this underground energy source could mean becoming one of only two geothermally heated spas in the UK, with the water flow and temperature from the borehole indicating that public bathing could be a likely possibility for the scheme.