Geothermal: Renewable and Cheaper Than Oil

[] Mike and Astri Kilburn havent spent a nickel on heating oil since they built their house in the early 1980s. A lot of people would like to be able to say the same thing, as heating oil prices edge steadily towards $4 a gallon, approaching all-time highs when adjusted for inflation. The Kilburns took the lessons of the first phase of Americas brush with expensive energy and supply shortages, the one that wracked the nations economy on two occasions during the 1970s, and adjusted.

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