Geothermal Progress Monitor Report No. 11, December 1989

This issue of the Geothermal Progress Monitor (GPM) is the 11th since the inception of the publication in 1980. It continues to synthesize information on all aspects of geothermal development in this country and abroad to permit identification and quantification of trends in the use of this energy technology. In addition, the GPM is a mechanism for transferring current information on geothermal technology development to the private sector, and, over time, provides a historical record for those interested in the development pathway of the resource. In sum, the Department of Energy makes the GPM available to the many diverse interests that make up the geothermal community for the multiple uses it may serve. This issue of the GPM points up very clearly how closely knit many of those diverse interests have become. It might well be called an international issue' since many of its pages are devoted to news of geothermal development abroad, to the efforts of the US industry to participate in overseas development, to the support given those efforts by federal and state agencies, and to the formation of the International Geothermal Association (IGA). All of these events indicate that the geothermal community has become truly international in character, an occurrence that can only enhance the future of geothermal energy as a major source of energy supply worldwide. 15 figs. Library ID #: oitGHC_0834-08

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Citation Date 1989-12-01T00:00:00

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Original ID BF36EE10BC1140E0B398B797FBE3C675
Index Date 2016-03-17T22:05:35
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Original Version 1.2

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Organization U.S. Department of Energy, Conservation and Renewable Energy, Geothermal Technology Division
Email geothermal@ee.doe.gov

Geographic Extent

North Bound 74.4
South Bound 18.91
East Bound -66.94
West Bound -172.44