Geothermal plant to help raise healthier fish, shrimps
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Renewable energy company Emerging power, Inc. (EPI) plans to hit two birds with one stone with it soon to rise 40-Megawatt (MW) geothermal power plant in Mindoro. EPI said the completion of the Montelago geothermal power plant by 2016 will not only address the high electricity rates of Mindoro but will also help the province produce high-quality fish."The use of geothermal fluids to grow healthier and tastier fish and shrimps show shows there is more to geothermal energy than the production of power," said Antonie de Wilde, EPI chief techical adviser.
Mercurio, R. (2014, February 25). Geothermal plant to help raise healthier fish, shrimps. Malaya Business Insight, p. A3.
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