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Video shows how geothermal drilling works

Geothermal is currently the big thing in energy and heat supply for greenhouse growers. But how exactly does it work? Basically, you take a really big drill and put it in the ground as far as possible. That's the simple explanation, but for a bit more detail, be sure to watch the video below:


Publication date: 2/6/2018

 


 

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