Report to be released on the future of geothermal in Texas


A report entitled “The Future of Geothermal in Texas: The Coming Century of Growth & Prosperity in the Lone Star State” is being published after more than a year of multi-disciplinary, cross-collaborative effort by researchers at five Texas universities, the University Lands Office, and the International Energy Agency. 

The report, supported by the Mitchell Foundation, The Educational Foundation of America, and Project InnerSpace, features the work of researchers across fifteen chapters spanning a variety of subjects, from an analysis of the location and quality of Texas geothermal resources, to technology developments and the role of the oil and gas industry in achieving growth and scale, to environmental, regulatory, economic, and legal considerations in the growth of the geothermal industry, both in the State of Texas, and globally.

The link below describes how to register for a "Media Briefing"/webinar to be held January 24 at 11 am.  I'm hoping that webinar attendees will get access to the actual report, but I can't quite tell.  It would be nice if it's free, but that's not clear either.  From looking at the list of author's names I expect the report to be informative.