12 June 2016. Extracting the troublesome greenhouse gas from power plant emissions is usually way too expensive to be worthwhile. Plus there’s the fear that the stuff might leak from its tomb. But a plant in Iceland might have found a solution. By pumping the stuff into volcanic basalt, the CarbFix Project has converted 95 percent of the CO2 emissions from a geothermal plant into solid carbonate minerals.



At industryabout.com:

Hellisheidi Geothermal Power Plant

World - Geothermal Energy Map

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