The U.S. senate and the Department of Energy announced a USD 500 million program to place clean energy demonstration projects on mine lands across America

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In a hallmark announcement May 29th the U.S. senate and the Department of Energy announced a USD 500 million program to place clean energy demonstration projects on mine lands across America.

https://www.energy.gov/articles/biden-administration-launches-500-million-program-transform-mines-new-clean-energy-hubs

The Office of Clean Energy Demonstrations (OCED) was established in December 2021 with a mission to accelerate market adoption and deployment of technologies, as part of an equitable transition to a decarbonized energy system. OCED will fund geothermal energy on mine land to benefit communities and their economies.

A recent EPA analysis found approximately 17,750 mine land sites located across 1.5 million acres in the United States. The reuse of these under-utilized areas as renewable energy systems may represent an opportunity for cost-savings and additional revenue.

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