The idea of community energy is going through a revival nowadays, driven by a focus on renewable energy sources. Geothermal is one such renewable energy candidate.
Slovakian geothermal drilling company, GA Drilling, states that 30% of the energy sector’s CO2 emissions could be cut by 2040 through the use of geothermal energy to create electricity and heating.
Geothermal is also being touted as a path towards more sustainable direct air capture (DACS) carbon removal technologies, such as Climeworks whose Orca plant relies on the geothermal energy from Iceland.
I’d be keen to see how GA Drilling helps open possibilities for these plants across the European continent.
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