New Zealand steps up efforts to tap geothermal potential

Business Green: New Zealand today moved a step closer to exploiting the huge untapped potential of its geothermal resources when energy firm Mighty River announced it has been given the go-ahead to construct a NZ$400m (£194m) geothermal power station near Taupo in the centre of the North Island of the country. Groundwork on the project -- a joint venture with the Tauhara North No.2 Trust -- is expected to start before the end of the year, with the 110MW power station scheduled to become operational ......

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