Geodynamics’ unfulfilled promise

Geodynamics first power production is a lesson in persistence as they attempt to exploit the incredible potential of Australia's geothermal resource. But it also carries an important lesson that we should not bet the house on energy technology breakthroughs at the expense of already proven options like wind power.

Geodynamics produced its first electron last week using its five kilometre deep hot rocks geothermal resource, known as the Innimincka Deeps (as opposed to the shallows which are ‘only’ three kilometres underground). 

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