Thursday, 13 September 2018



Geothermal energy is the heat from the earth. its clean and sustainable. resources of geothermal energy range from the shallow ground to hot water  and hot rock found a few miles beneath the earths surf ace, and down even deeper to the extremely high then denatures of molten rock earbud magma.

what is geothermal energy and how does it work? [red coloor]
we can also use geothermal energy to make electricity. a geothermal power plant works by tapping into steam or hot water reservoirs under ground the heat is used to drive an electrical generator to  make the electricity from geothermal energy plant. most geothermal plants are located in the  western united states, where hot water reservoirs are common. 

How a Geothermal power plant Generates electricity:
   In this article we are discussing about the technology behind geothermal electricity, or in other worlds, how we an convert geothermal energy into electricity.

there is correctly available power in the from of geothermal across the world. there is installed capacity is only 10,715mw.

   there are several different main types of geothermal plants:
   1.  dry steam.
   2.  flash steam.
   3.  binary cycle.

 these power plants have a thermal efficiency rate of only 10-13% first success full geothermal binary cycle project took in Russia  in 1967.

Geothermal Energy pros and cons:
 this article is very-well resear cled and contains very useful aspects about geothermal energy pros  and cons are listed below.
   pros of Geothermal Energy.
1.geothermal energy is generally considered environmentally eco-friendly. 

2.geothermal energy does not cause significant amounts of pollution. 

3.geothermal energy is a renewable resource as long as the earth exists.

4.suitable for the smallest of houses to the largest commercial spaces.

5.not weather dependent like solar or wing power.

6.provides either base load on peak power energy out put.

7.recent technological advancements (e.g. enhanced geothermal system) have made more resources      exploitable and lowered costs.

  cons of Geothermal Energy:-

1.geothermal power plants can in extreme cases cause earthquakes.

2.there are minor issues of environment.

3.very location specific.