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Metal plugs in the wells, which run as deep as 8,000 feet (2,438 metres) underground, are an additional stopgap measure. County officials are also monitoring various gases that may leak into the atmosphere. Officials, however, have not discussed specific scenarios that would lead to such an emergency.Puna Geothermal, owned by Nevada’s Ormat Technologies, was shut down shortly after Kilauea began spewing lava on May 3.Other residents have voiced concerns over health and safety.Scientists, however, say the conditions on Kilauea make it a good site for harnessing the earth for renewable energy. “it’s just hotter, and you can access the geothermal energy more easily.” Geothermal energy is also considered a clean resource as it doesn’t generate greenhouse gas emissions, said Bridget Ayling, the director of Nevada’s Great Basin Center for Geothermal Energy.“There’s heat beneath the ground if you dig deep enough everywhere,” said Laura Wisland, a senior analyst at the Union of Concerned Scientists. Ormat said in a May 15 statement that there was a low risk of surface lava making its way to the facility.The company also said there was no damage to the facilities above-ground and that it was continuing to assess the impact.Native Hawaiians have long expressed frustration with the plant since it came online in 1989; they say it is built on sacred land.Goddess of fire, Pele, is believed to live on Kilauea volcano, and the plant itself is thought to desecrate her name.
Scientists say lava from Kilauea is causing explosions as it enters the ocean, which can look like fireworks. Underscoring the eruption’s dangers, a Hawaii man was hit by a flying piece of lava over the weekend said the molten rock nearly sheared his leg in half.
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