More Power from Below

  title={More Power from Below},
  author={Joseph N. Moore and Stuart F. Simmons},
  pages={933 - 934}
Geothermal energy production is increasing across the world, but challenges remain. Geothermal heat provides sustainable energy for electricity generation and heating applications. Worldwide use of geothermal energy has increased steadily over the past few decades (1, 2), and exploration and development are ongoing at unprecedented levels in Iceland, New Zealand, East Africa, Germany, Chile, and Australia. Today, 24 countries generate electricity from geothermal energy and 78 countries use… 
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