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"The Future of Geothermal Energy” and Its Challenges +The widely renowned M.I.T. study “The Future of Geothermal Energy” (2006) determined recoverable EGS resources > 200,000 EJ alone for the USA, corresponding to 2,000 times the annual primary energy demand. To universally and globally utilize these immense resources exciting R&D problems need to be tackled: 1) Development of a technology to produce electricity and/or heat from a basically ubiquitous resource, independent of site subsurface conditions (“EGS technology”); 2) acquiring experience about possible changes of an EGS heat exchanger with time; 3) Upscaling EGS power plant capacity from the currently few MWe to several 10 – 100 MWe.

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1 NMAC 2.2 - Public Regulation Commission Rules of Procedure +This rule applies to all utility division, transportation division, fire marshal division, and corporate bureau proceedings other than rulemakings conducted by the commission.
1 V.S.A. Chapter 5 Common Law; General Rights +Vermont's Opening Meeting Law applicable to all public agency bodies.
10 C.F.R. § 50 Domestic Licensing of Production and Utilization Facilities by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission +10 C.F.R. § 50 (1956): Regulations promulgated by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission providing for the licensing of production and utilization facilities.
10 U.S.C. 2668 Easements for Rights-of-Way +This section authorized types of easements on military land and the conditions under which they are granted.
10 V.S.A. Chapter 41 Regulation of Stream Flow +This chapter regulates stream flow in the state. The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is to regulate stream flow in the state, as wasters are regulated in public interest. These provisions give the DEC the authority regulate stream flow via a Stream Alteration Permit likely needed for projects that change, alter, or modify a perennial stream.
10 V.S.A. Chapter 49 Protection of Navigable Waters and Shorelands +This chapter outlines the protection of navigable waters and shorelands in the state. The chapter gives the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources the authority to create rules to protect the states waters from pollution, protect spawning grounds, fish, and aquatic life, control building sites, placement of structures and land uses, reduce fluvial erosion hazards, reduce property loss and damage, preserve shore cover, natural beauty, and natural stability, and provide for multiple use of waters in a manner to provide for the best interests of the citizens of the state. The chapter also house the Shoreland Protection Act, and the River Corridors protection provisions.
11 AAC 02 - Appealing Decisions of Alaska Department of Natural Resources +This administrative code chapter regulates appeals of Alaska Department of Natural Resources decisions.
14 CCR § 13053.5 +14 CCR § 13053.5, current through August 5, 2014.
14 CCR § 13054 +14 CCR § 13054, current through August 5, 2014.
14 CCR § 13096 +14 CCR § 13096, current through August 5, 2014.
14 CCR § 13109 Reconsideration +Procedure for requesting reconsideration of a Coastal Development Permit issuance (terms and conditions) or denial by the California Coastal Commission.
14 CCR § 13300 +14 CCR § 13300, current through August 5, 2014.
14 CCR § 13315 +14 CCR § 13315, current through August 5, 2014.
14 CCR § 13333 +14 CCR § 13333, current through August 5, 2014.
14 CCR § 15060 +Administrative code governing preliminary review of projects and initial study of impacts to natural resources under CEQA.
14 CCR § 15063 +14 CCR § 15063, current through July 9, 2014.
14 CCR § 15070 +Administrative code governing decisions to prepare a negative or mitigated negative declaration when completing environmental review under CEQA.
14 CCR § 15080 +Administrative code governing development of Environmental Impact Reports under CEQA.
14 CCR § 15100 +Administrative code governing time limits for completing environmental review under CEQA.
14 CCR § 15120 +Administrative code governing the contents of Environmental Impact Reports under CEQA.
14 CCR § 15350 +Administrative code setting forth definitions for regulations governing implementation of CEQA.
14 CRR § 15260 +Administrative code governing statutory exemptions to the CEQA process.
14 CRR § 15300 +Administrative code governing categorical exemptions to the CEQA process.
14 Cal. Code Reg. +California regulations regarding natural resources.
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