The climate crisis is not a distant threat; it’s on our doorstep. There are plenty of reasons to be pessimistic, and it’s imperative that we act now. In 100 years or less, it may be too late.
But there are also reasons to be optimistic. We live during the only moment when it has been possible to tap into the possibilities of science and technology and reverse climate change. In order to do that, we must begin transitioning away from fossil fuels to clean, renewable, abundant forms of energy.
And there is no energy transition without deep geothermal.
- Time is running out, but never before have we been able to produce clean abundant energy. Will this really make a difference?
- When we're thinking about the global energy transition we think in terms of Terawatts (trillions of watts). We cannot meet the world’s energy needs wi
- The path to terawatt-scale clean energy doesn’t require building global infrastructure from the ground up. We will do it by repowering power plants.
- Carlos Araque, CEO, Quaise Energy
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