At #9, This Company's Profits Are Heated By Mother Earth

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Solar and wind power garner all of the headlines when discussing green, renewable energy sources. Fortunately for Ormat Technologies , that's where all the competition seems to be as well. For Ormat, the geothermal energy market is a wide open landscape for base load power generation. Around the globe, Ormat has been providing utility scale power sources in an environmentally favorable way. Lately, it has been reducing the time necessary to get a plant online which has been a large deterrent for using geothermal energy, until now. For more, tune in to the video below.

While renewable energy is growing, fossil fuels still rule the roost
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