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Transcript of Geothermal
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How is Geothermal Energy used?
Geothermal energy is used in two different ways; direct geothermal energy, and geothermal power plant. Geothermal power plants are classified into dry steam plants, flash steam plants, and binary cycle plants.
Fun Fact 1!
Geothermal energy is inexhaustible heat generated inside Earth. The energy escapes from Earth in the form of steam. It is clean and sustainable.
What is Geothermal Energy?
Geothermal Heat Pumps are used for space heating, cooling and water heating.
Heat pumps process existing energy instead of producing energy through the combustion of fossil fuels
What technologies use geothermal energy?
Geothermal energy is widely used in Iceland, New Zealand,Mexico, Costa Rica Japan, Italy, Philippines, California, and Nevada.
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'therme" : heat,
geothermal energy means Earth's heat.
Fun Fact 2!
Fun Fact 3!
Geothermal energy provides less than 10% of the world's energy.