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Geothermal electricity: Alberta’s new energy ace card Add to ...

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When most of us think of geothermal energy, we think of the small-scale heat pump systems used to heat a building or a few homes. But large-scale geothermal projects tap heat much deeper in the Earth’s crust to produce electricity, a technique that works well in places like Iceland and the Philippines.

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