The Geothermal Resources Council (GRC) GRC Geothermal Library is fully operational, with a streamlined interface making geothermal research easier. Features include basic and advanced searches, sorting options, the ability to produce customized lists of citations and PDF downloads.
The GRC Geothermal Library contains approximately 36,000 records on all aspects of geothermal energy, including exploration, reservoir engineering, power plant design and operation, direct use, geothermal heat pumps, regulatory issues, energy policy, energy markets, news briefs, and more.
The library provides article-level citations to: all GRC Transactions (1977 to present), all GRC Special Reports, numerous feature articles and news briefs from the GRC Bulletin (1973 to present), corporate and academic technical reports, journals, and books.
“I test drove the web-based GRC Geothermal Library. Based on the number of quality titles that instantly came up after simple term and name searches, I think this is an extremely useful tool” - Andrew Sabin, Director, Navy Geothermal Program, China Lake, California.
The 2013 GRC Transactions are now available for free download by members: click here for a list of the articles. To download the 2013 Transactions or email citation lists, please sign in as a member in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Non-members can join the GRC or order individual articles. All GRC PDFs from 2012 and earlier, plus several thousand additional non-GRC PDFs, are available for free download by everyone without signing in.
The GRC Geothermal Library can be accessed from https://www.geothermal-library.org.
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