With many considering geothermal energy as Cornell seeks to reach its ambitious goal of carbon neutrality by 2035, several experts weighed in on the feasibility of relying on the energy source at a panel Monday, using Iceland as an example.
Geothermal energy utilizes heat stored within the Earth, such as hot water, gases or rocks located beneath the Earth’s surface. This energy is renewable and environmentally friendly, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
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Energy Engineering and Earth Energy Seminar Series
Himanshu Saxena, Starwood Finance-Investing in the Energy Sector
Friday, October 21, 12:20 - 1:10 PM, 101 Philips Hall
Aleksandar Jovanovic-Experiences in Austria and Iceland with Geothermal Projects' Influences on the Cities' Urban Development and Implications for Serbian Cities Development
Wednesday, October 19, 12:45 PM, 2159 Snee Hall