Radio piece on how research is key to realize Nevada’s geothermal potential

View over Reno with the Peppermill Resort & Casino in the background (source: flickr/ RobertCiavarro, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 8 Mar 2016

A recent interview with Jim Faulds the State Geologist of Nevada and Provost Kevin Carman of the University of Nevada, Reno highlights how research is key for Nevada to realize its geothermal potential.

In a recent interview with local radio station KUNR, Jim Faulds, research professor and director of the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology and State Geologist, and University of Nevada, Reno Provost Kevin Carman highlights the great geological settings of the state of Nevada.

They highlight that Nevada’s richness ranges from its vast untapped geothermal energy to leading in gold and lithium production.

Current geological research in the state, the future outlook for geothermal energy, and Nevada’s worldwide impact were among the subjects of the University Spotlight on KUNR’s Beyond the Headlines. The interview was aired March 4, 2016.

To get a bit more details and to listen to the interview click link below. (link to the mp3 file is on top, see “Listen”)

Soruce: KUNR