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GEOTHERMal SuSTaINabIlITy

@inproceedings{Rybach2007GEOTHERMalS,
  title={GEOTHERMal SuSTaINabIlITy},
  author={L. Rybach},
  year={2007}
}
Geothermal energy is classified as a renewable resource, where “renewable” describes a characteristic of the resource: the energy removed from the resource is continuously replaced by more energy on time scales similar to those required for energy removal. Consequently, geothermal exploitation is not a “mining” process. Geothermal energy can be used in a “sustainable” manner, which means that the production system applied is able to sustain the production level over long periods of time. The… Expand
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