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This web site by the Department of Energy (DOE) covers geothermal power plants by using text and diagrams. The website describes the three kinds of plants and provides photographs of each. The page also gives information on the future of geothermal energy and also provides links to geothermal power plants across the US.
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Alternative Energy , Geothermal , Power Plant , binary cycle, dry steam
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Metadata instance created June 14, 2007 by Andrew Coughlin
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March 2, 2010 by Lyle Barbato
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Hydrothermal Power Systems, (Department of Energy, Washington, 2007), <>.
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Hydrothermal Power Systems. (2006, January 19). Retrieved July 24, 2016, from Department of Energy:
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Department of Energy. Hydrothermal Power Systems. Washington: Department of Energy, January 19, 2006. (accessed 24 July 2016).
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Hydrothermal Power Systems. Washington: Department of Energy, 2007. 19 Jan. 2006. 24 July 2016 <>.
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