With climate threats and increased energy demand, South American countries are set to develop their vast geothermal potential. Will developers be able to acquire investment and favorable policy?
If any part of the world should be concerned about the effects of climate change, it is South America. Despite contributing some of the lowest emissions globally, many of the countries in the region are.
As South America's population is expected to rise 72% by 2035, the impact of climate change grows more significant each day. Governments are reacting with renewable energy development—and geothermal power has several major prospects. . .View Full Article