By now you’ve probably heard of the solar farm being built in a remote section of northern Canada, called Lake Compounce.
That is, if you have heard the name.
The facility, built on a large piece of land at the base of a mountain, has been the subject of a number of media stories over the last year.
As well as being the largest such facility ever built in Canada, it also happens to be the world’s largest geothermal lake.
It is also home to a geothermal pool that can produce power to help cool buildings on site.
Lake Compoquake has been a major story in the country for some time now.
A geothermal project in the US, Lake Compquire, was announced last month.
It will have up to 1,000 megawatts of energy output from the lake, which will be piped into a nearby power station.
Lake Compoquakes potential for geothermal power is well documented.
The lake itself, Lake Comoquake in Ontario, is an incredibly small geothermal pond with a volume of only about 10 cubic metres (0.12 square feet).
That means its surface area is less than 1 per cent of the area of a football field.
At the same time, the lake’s water is a deep, almost viscous liquid that contains around 50 times the volume of water contained in the earth’s crust.
This means it can produce electricity and heat at much lower cost than any conventional geothermal plant.
It also means that it is able to produce the same amount of energy as a large hydroelectric dam, which is the world largest.
Hydroelectric power can generate electricity when the water rises above a certain pressure.
However, hydroelectric dams are very costly to build and maintain.
In a nutshell, the technology behind Lake Companquake has three main components.
One is the process of steam reforming the water, which uses a process known as hydrothermal combustion.
This process is similar to how steam is produced in the boiler room of a steam locomotive.
The steam condenses into a powder, which then is heated to a high temperature by a gas turbine, or generator, and then compressed into a liquid form, where it is injected into the geothermal system.
This is the second step in the process.
The third step is the pumping of the liquid water back into the steam boiler to produce steam.
One of the challenges of geothermal energy is that it produces heat when it does not flow directly into the heat source.
For this reason, hydrothermals can only produce power when there is a strong pressure in the reservoir to draw the heat energy from.
The water has to be at least 15 to 20 metres deep and is heated above 700 degrees Celsius, or 600 degrees Fahrenheit.
It can also be colder, so it needs to be pumped from below the surface.
Another issue is that geothermal projects are prone to the possibility of a water bubble rising up from the reservoir, which can cause problems for the power station operating it.
Finally, the energy generated by hydrothermic combustion can only be used in the most efficient way, and not as much energy as the reservoir itself can generate.
For these reasons, Lake Conquake will be one of the world´s largest geohydrological reservoirs.
To make matters even more complicated, Lake Conequake has two very different geothermal pools.
The first one, called the Lake Compquake, has a volume in the order of 500 cubic metres.
The second, called Lakes Comoquakes, has an area of just a fraction of a square kilometre.
These two pools are also both under the control of a private company, Geothermal Energy.
Both the Lake Comquake and Lakes Comquakes have their own water temperature, so they are able to handle different temperatures of the water.
It also means the energy that comes from the Lake Conesquake is used in a different way.
If you look closely at the geometrical drawings of Lake Compoundakes surface, you will notice that the water itself has three distinct lines running down its sides, with a thin strip of water at the bottom.
By placing a geyser on the surface of the Lake, you are producing an electrical current in a specific area of the lake.
This current is called an electrostatic discharge.
The electricity is then stored in the geysers and the electrical energy is released when it needs electricity.
This can be used for generating electricity, or used to heat buildings.
There are several advantages to this geothermal technology.
One, there are more energy sources in the system than with hydroelectric power.
Two, it doesn´t need to be a hydroelectric project to generate power.
It could be a geodynamic geothermal farm, for example.
And three, the geohydrodynamic energy can be stored in a large geothermal reservoir