United States: Aleutian towns on track for renewable energy

Aleutian: A well drilled to explore for geothermal energy this summer in Akutan produced water of 359 degrees Fahrenheit just a few hundred feet below the surface. The City of Akutan will now move to the production drilling phase of the project, with a plan to develop a 10- to 12-megawatt power system to displace diesel fuel now used for heating. (Courtesy Photo, Aleutians East Borough) A group of Aleutian entities met to explore reducing use of fossil fuels in communities along the Aleutian Chain at an......

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