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GUATEMALA-GEOTHERMAL/
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September 21, 2010
Pipes carry water to the Pacaya volcano and return to a power plant with steam in San Vicente Pacaya,...
SAN VICENTE PACAYA, Guatemala
Pipes carry water to the Pacaya volcano and return to a power plant with steam in San Vicente Pacaya
Pipes carry water to the Pacaya volcano and return to a power plant with steam in San Vicente Pacaya, Guatemala August 6, 2010. Sitting above shifting tectonic plates in the Pacific basin known to cause earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the region has huge potential for geothermal power generated by heat stored deep in the earth. Guatemala, Central America's biggest country, aims to produces 60 percent of its energy from geothermal and hydroelectric power by 2022. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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