St. Patrick’s Cathedral In New York City Goes Green With $35 Million Geothermal Installation

March 19th, 2018 by Steve Hanley on Clean Technica  St. Patrick’s Cathedral on New York’s Fifth Avenue is undergoing a $200 million renovation. Part of that upgrade is a new $35 million geothermal heating and cooling system that replaces the steam boiler and air conditioning system installed nearly 60 years ago. The new system is expected to reduce the cost of heating and cooling …

Thassalia: France’s First Marine Geothermal Energy Power Plant Inaugurated

 Cross-posted from Renewable Energy World French utility Engie has inaugurated the nation’s first self-termed marine geothermal power station on France’s southern coast, in Marseille. The Thassalia power station will pump seawater from the Port of Marseille into heat exchangers and heat pumps to provide heat and refrigeration to a custom-built network integrated with the heart of Marseille’s business center. Although …