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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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5%), geothermic plants powered by subterranean volcanic vents (23.
Located in Hall 8 of DWTC, the area will show how the latest technologies can be applied to architecture, with products aimed at protecting the environment, such as ventilated facades articulated according to building orientation, surfaces that integrate various regenerative energy production methods, geothermic systems, and photovoltaic and photocatalytic materials.
Indonesia is said to have 27,000 megawatts of geothermic potential, the largest of any nation on earth.
Creations and videos with innovative solutions that demonstrate the application of latest technologies applied to architecture such as, climate protection solutions including ventilated facades articulated according to building orientation, surfaces that integrate various regenerative energy production methods, geothermic systems, photovoltaic and photo-catalytic materials.
The building uses geothermic energy and is thus a model of bioclimatic architecture.
Geothermic activity releases large amounts of CO2 naturally, as does the sea.
Over the next 3 years, ASPATE will develop over 500 green energy homes throughout Greece by deploying state-of-the-art environment-friendly technologies including photovoltaic, geothermic and fuel cells.
It is constructed from hand-made York bricks with natural stone mullion windows and door surrounds and hand-made clay source geothermic system and pressurized with independent thermostats.
They are interested especially in construction and rehabilitation of geothermic power plants, one of renewable energy resources.
He also announced "very ambitious" plans to embrace nonconventional renewable-energy sources, saying the government will launch solar, wind, tidal, and geothermic pilot projects.
However, geothermic activity does mean that bathers can occasionally feel a current of water above freezing.