Geothermal power plant in Iceland
Indonesia is hosting what is being called the world’s biggest Geothermal energy conference.
The congress in Bali is an attempt to look at how to better develop geothermal power as an environmentally friendly fuel for the future…
It is often dubbed volcano power but the correct scientific explanation for geothermal energy is power extracted from the heat stored in the Earth’s core.
Indonesia has ambitious plans to tap geothermal power…The archipelago of more than 17,000 islands sits on the Pacific “Ring of Fire” – one of the most active regions in the world for volcanic activity…
Scientists say that in theory the planet’s geothermal power is enough to supply mankind’s energy needs and could certainly help to solve Indonesia’s fuel problems.
But the issue is cost. While environmentally friendly, the harnessing of geothermal power is also a very expensive endeavour.
Reports from the conference just might provide some info, some hope, some idea of folks realizing that a little extra time and money means a great deal to the future of energy production.
Or we can continue with the same short-sighted analysis of commerce and production that gets the world – repeatedly – into disaster-laden corners.