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It is hard to imagine how mega bucks could be made from mining hot water.

Imagine the cost of converting a plant like Hazlewood. Still, what with Mr Rudd throwing his hat into the ring in Bali, Government funds might help to get an idea such as Greenearh's off the ground.

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Recent ShareScene.com Radio Broadcast (27/06/2008 16:00:00):

GER - Company Update and Geothermal Energy Discussion - Mr Simon Molesworth, Chairman


N.B. ShareScene.com Radio can normally be accessed by the 'RADIO' link, top of every page.


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Depending on funding the GGPP 12MW pilot plant should be online by 2013 and ramping up to full field capacity of 140MW within 5 years. Initial coat of power will be $125 per MW and life of resource is minimum 30 years. Results of grants should be known by early next year.
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Grants received from State & Federal Govt's.




This Australian Government funding for Greenearth Energy's flagship Victorian Geelong

Geothermal Power Project (GGPP) Stage 1 Proof-of-Concept, comes only a week after the

Victorian Government, under the Energy Technology Innovation Strategy (ETIS) for large

scale, pre-commercial, sustainable energy demonstration projects, awarded Greenearth

Energy $5 million for the Stage 1 Proof-of-Concept and, upon successful completion of

Stage 1, a further $20 million for the Stage 2, 12MWe geothermal demonstration power plant.

Greenearth Energy's Geelong Geothermal Power Project Stage 1 Proof-of-Concept is in a

unique position, being supported by both State and Federal funding totalling $12 million.

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