CSIRO Geothermal Project, Technology Park, Kensington.
CSIRO Geothermal Project
CSIRO is developing a geothermal solution for cooling the Pawsey Centre supercomputer in Perth.
This innovative project is the first of its kind in Australia, and is expected to save more than 38 million litres of water every year.
17 May 2012 | Updated 4 December 2013
The CSIRO Geothermal Project is a renewable energy initiative that aims to develop the technologies and knowledge needed to demonstrate the viability of using geothermal energy in Australia.
The project aims to develop an innovative geothermal solution for cooling Australia's largest supercomputer located at Technology Park in Perth.
The initiative is part of the Sustainable Energy for the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project supported by the Federal Government.
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