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Geothermal Power in Alaska Holds Hidden Model for Clean Energy - Popular Mechanics
Abstract At Chena Hot Springs Resort, a visionary owner and an ingenious engineer tap into one of the world�s most overlooked energy resources�not fossil fuels�to produce electricity, heat buildings and soon, they hope, generate hydrogen.  +
Author Jennifer Bogo  +
Citation Jennifer Bogo. [[Geothermal Power in Alaska Holds Hidden Model for Clean Energy - Popular Mechanics]] [Internet]. 2008. [updated 2008;cited 08/06/2013]. Available from: http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/environment/4245896  +
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Name Geothermal Power in Alaska Holds Hidden Model for Clean Energy - Popular Mechanics  +
PublicationDate 2008  +
ReferenceGenre Geothermal  +
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