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Published on March 9th, 2011 | by Important Media Cross-Post


Iceland to Unlock Huge New Geothermal Source?

March 9th, 2011 by  

Energy from the Earth’s core as a clean energy alternative? Maybe. Scientists at the University of California-Davis are working on developing such an option after they discovered a rich seam of the molten rock relatively close to the earth’s surface in Iceland. The scientists now believe that this bit of magma could be a new source of clean energy that could easily be harnessed.

Read more on our sister site, Planetsave: Iceland May Unlock New Geothermal Source Hidden In The Center of the Earth?

Photo Credit: Sverrir Thor

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