Sustainable: Underneath Minnesota, ab...

Sustainable: Underneath Minnesota, abundant energy goes untapped

There are 1 comment on the Finance and Commerce story from May 1, 2012, titled Sustainable: Underneath Minnesota, abundant energy goes untapped. In it, Finance and Commerce reports that:

By Frank Jossi Tags: Donald Fosnacht , geothermal energy , Natural Resources Research Institute , Steve Hauck , University of Minnesota-Duluth , William Gosnold University of Minnesota Duluth geologist Mark Severson, wearing an orange vest, and fellow geologist John Heine collected data last year from 106 drill hole sites around the state to ... (more)

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Spokane, WA

#1 May 1, 2012
This news has been around for ten years. Just one more example of huge mid-continent geothermal potential from radioactive decay of granitic formations overlain by cap strata. Here's another:

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