Minnesota holds more geothermal potential than previously thought

Minnesota was once discounted as a hotspot for geothermal power production. But a new analysis by the University of Minnesota-Duluth indicates there's as much as 30 percent more potential for geothermal resources than earlier estimates.
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Minnesota was once discounted as a hotspot for geothermal power production. But a new analysis by the University of Minnesota-Duluth indicates there's as much as 30 percent more potential for geothermal resources than earlier estimates.

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