Ground-Source Geothermal Heating and Cooling
September 15, 2013 | Arizona Geology Magazine
The recent issue of Arizona Geology Magazine has an introductory article titled: Ground-Source Geothermal Heating and Cooling: Sustainable and Affordable Energy for Arizona and the U.S.. The article features Lookout Mountain Elementary School where a new ground-source geothermal system that exchanges heat with the cooler earth hundreds of feet below the ground surface.
Geothermal Experiments at Newberry Volcano
March 11, 2014 | Oregon Public Broadcasting
For over one year a company has been conducting geothermal experiments at Newberry National Volcanic Monument in Central Oregon. This article announces the public comment period and gives a short report on the results to date.
Fracking for Enhanced Geothermal
April 18, 2013 | Technology Review
"Conventional geothermal wells tap underground reservoirs of hot water and convert the heat into steam, which drives electricity-producing turbine. With enhanced geothermal, fluids are pumped underground to fracture underground rock and stimulate the flow of liquids across hot rocks."