New York City has a few geothermal sites that fuel public buildings throughout the city, including a fire station in Brownville, Brooklyn and at a school on Staten Island. De Blasio said the plan is really just to expand these sites as much as possible to the rest of the city’s infrastructure.

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A geothermal plant in Indonesia generating plumes of steam, not smoke. Mayor Bill de Blasio thinks New York City might be able to consider geothermal energy sources as alternatives to fossil fuels, in some cases. Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed […]


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