The term geothermal originates from the Greek words; Geo, which means earth and Thermal, which means heat. This derivation quickly points to the definition of geothermal energy, which is heat emanating from underneath the surface of the earth. The energy inside the earth was formed by the decay of minerals and forests several years ago. Traditionally, it was used for bathing and heating purposes but today it is also used for generating electricity. It’s a renewable energy source, meaning it’s inexhaustible to humans. It’s also a green source of energy, meaning it does not emit greenhouse gasses that are hazardous to human and environmental health.

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