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Uploaded on Sep 23, 2011
UD's Center for Energy and Environmental Policy student Christopher Richard interviews Halley Dickey, Director of Geothermal Business Development at TAS Energy. Halley talks about being involved in a "tight community where people know each other," introducing technology to geothermal that was originally developed for commercial air conditioning, and making a difference for the environment and the economy. This series on Jobs in the Geothermal Community was filmed at GEA's National Geothermal Summit 2011 in Reno, Nevada.