Earth’s deep heat is inexhaustible, available at all times, and could provide clean firm electricity at the scale necessary to decarbonize.
Clean Air Task Force, together with the policy and advocacy consultancy Stonehaven, conducted public polling on awareness and perception of clean energy technologies (including advanced nuclear energy, carbon capture and storage (CCS), low-carbon hydrogen, and superhot rock (SHR) geothermal energy) across six different European countries: Germany, Italy, Poland, Romania, Spain, and the United Kingdom (UK). This presentation explores the results…
This report illustrates that, with engineering innovations in deep drilling, reservoir creation, well construction and downhole tools, superhot rock energy could achieve competitive costs at scale.
Superhot rock energy is a form of advanced geothermal energy that uses innovative deep drilling techniques.
The Clean Air Task Force submitted comments on the European Commission’s efforts to increase climate ambition, and the EU’s pursuit of policies to decouple greenhouse gas emissions from economic growth.
On May 7, 2019, the Clean Air Task Force and the Energy Options Network sponsored a workshop in Washington DC exploring the opportunities for advanced engineered geothermal systems to supply zero carbon electricity and heat. The agenda and presentations are linked below: Geothermal Workshop Agenda Advanced Supercritical Geothermal Power Systems…
View this testimony in support of the Climate and Community Protection Act, S. 2992 before the State of New York Senate-Assembly Environmental Conservation Committee.