Continuously Renewable Energy Source Notwithstanding Use
High-temperature areas are connected to magma chambers and intrusions in the volcanic zones. In high-temperature regions where surface water trickles down, the water reaches magma chambers, heats up, and rises back to the surface.
The liquid that comes up through the boreholes in high-temperature areas is a mixture of boiling water and steam.
The steam is used to propel the turbines that convert the thermal energy of the steam into electricity. Subsequently, the steam condenses into water and is diverted back into the water cycle.