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2013 GTO Peer Review Report Now Available

A comprehensive Report summarizing the findings and results of the Geothermal Technologies Office's 2013 Peer Review, held in April 2013, is now available.

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DOE Announces Notice of Intent for EGS Observatory

To optimize and validate EGS, DOE plans to fund the development of a subsurface laboratory where new technologies and techniques can be tested.

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Applications Now Open for the 2014 Geothermal Student Competition

Student teams will develop cutting-edge infographics and outreach materials on geothermal energy.

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JASON Study Highlights Huge Potential for EGS

A new study commissioned by the Energy Department highlights the vast potential for enhanced geothermal systems (EGS) to provide clean, reliable, and sustainable energy to millions of American homes and businesses.

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Energy Department Announces $10 Million to Develop State-of-the-Art Methodologies to Enable Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS)

The Energy Department announced today $10 million to improve subsurface characterization for EGS technologies.

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Energy Department Announces $3 Million to Manufacture Critical Materials through Geothermal Energy

The Energy Department today announced $3 million to support the domestic supply of critical materials through geothermal brine extraction.

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Research Fellows Sought for Geothermal Technologies Office

The Geothermal Technologies Office is seeking Science and Technology Policy Fellows to join the office in managing pathfinding science and engineering initiatives.

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The Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO) works in partnership with industry, academia, and DOE's national laboratories to establish geothermal energy as an economically competitive contributor to the U.S. energy supply. Learn more about GTO. For information about heat pumps, please visit the Building Technologies Office or call 202-586-9127.

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