Resort Ready to Trade Diesel for Hot Water

Owners of the Chena Hot Springs Resort, about 60 miles northeast of Fairbanks, Alaska, and 30 miles from the Interior’s electric grid, want to trade in their diesel-fired generators for geothermal electrical generation. The resort has applied to state and federal energy agencies for two separate geothermal research grants, according to Gwen Holdmann, vice president of new development at Chena Hot Springs Resort.

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