Bridge is heated by geothermal energy

10/30/2009 | Daily Commercial News

A bridge that crosses a wetland in Ontario, Canada, is heated by geothermal energy. Designed by Becker Engineering Group, the bridge combines several technologies to draw heat from the ground and pump it to embedded pipes in the deck. The heat prevents black ice from forming during the winter and could reduce the need for road salt.

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