The Inside Outside Guys ~ Geotherm Systems
From The Detroit News | By Ken Calverley and Chuck Breidenstein
DETROIT, January 19, 2023 ~ Think of one kilowatt-hour, kWH, of electricity as the equivalent of operating 10 100-watt incandescent light bulbs for one hour.
The average cost of one kWH in the United States is around 15 cents, with a high of more than 27 cents in Hawaii to a low of 7 1/2 cents in Louisiana.
What if we told you we knew of a way to get that cost down to five cents per kWH?
According to an estimate by the US Department of Energy in 2021, a geotherm plant “built today” could generate electricity for only five cents per kWH.