U.S. Geothermal , Inc

December 2006
Equities Special Situations;Dec2006, Issue 533, p1
The article presents an overview of renewable energy development company U.S. Geothermal Inc. based in Boise, Idaho. The company is engaged in the development of geothermal energy power plants in the Raft River area of Idaho. Its geothermal project in the area plans to develop several phases. Aside from the energy rights that the company leases from third parties, the company owns outright geothermal lands at Raft River. Risks and the potential of U.S. Geothermal will only be proven when its plant comes online.


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