Captured CO2 could be used to generate geothermal energy

11/7/2013 | MIT Technology Review online

Carbon dioxide captured from power plants could be used in place of water to be circulated underground for geothermal heating to generate more power, say researchers working on the technology. This geothermal power could then help defray the high cost of the original CO2 capture, according to this article.

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