The hottest Geothermal Energy Substack posts right now

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Faster, Please! 1279 implied HN points 23 Jan 24
  1. The need for clean energy collaboration between government and companies to drive innovation.
  2. Energy deregulation can be a catalyst for promoting innovation and commercialization in the private sector.
  3. Accommodating regulatory and policy environments can accelerate the development and adoption of new technologies.
The Works in Progress Newsletter 13 implied HN points 09 Feb 24
  1. Geothermal energy, originating from the Earth's core, offers a clean and abundant energy source.
  2. Innovative drilling methods using millimeter waves show potential to revolutionize deep geothermal projects.
  3. Geothermal power has the potential to provide continuous, clean energy on a global scale, but requires further technological advancements and support from governments.
Construction Physics 213 HN points 25 Apr 23
  1. Yellowstone National Park sits on top of a supervolcano that could have catastrophic eruptions
  2. Using a giant geothermal power plant to bleed off heat from the magma chambers could prevent Yellowstone from erupting and generate electricity
  3. Developing such technology could provide benefits beyond just Yellowstone and address a major risk to civilization
The Works in Progress Newsletter 6 implied HN points 15 Nov 23
  1. Mathematics played a crucial role in shaping the modern world through geometry, algebra, and industrial machinery.
  2. Basic mathematics training in Europe from the 1200s to 1800s drove technological advancements in various fields.
  3. Competition between states, including war, was a key factor in the economic development of Europe, pushing states to improve governance.
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