The Energy Department conducts low-temperature and coproduced geothermal research, development, and demonstration projects throughout the United States to advance deployment of this growing sector. Considered nonconventional geothermal resources below 150°C (300°F), these applications are bringing valuable returns on investment in the near-term, using unique power production and resource optimization methods.

At the 2015 Peer Review in May, Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO) awardees presented seventeen projects for review. Click on the presentations below for more information.

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track 1: Low Temp