U.S. Geothermal, one of Idaho's few publicly traded companies, built a 22-megawatt power plant near Vale, Ore. in 2013, sending electricity produced from Neal Hot Springs into Idaho Power's grid.
U.S. Geothermal, one of Idaho's few publicly traded companies, built a 22-megawatt power plant near Vale, Ore. in 2013, sending electricity produced from Neal Hot Springs into Idaho Power's grid. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
U.S. Geothermal, one of Idaho's few publicly traded companies, built a 22-megawatt power plant near Vale, Ore. in 2013, sending electricity produced from Neal Hot Springs into Idaho Power's grid. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file

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