The Ocean Geothermal Energy Foundation is advancing geothermal technology to stop greenhouse gas and climate change worldwide. We develop and coordinate energy systems that harness natural, high-temperature, high-pressure geothermal resources used to generate electricity and clean hydrogen. Such cogeneration improves efficiency and enables renewable energy worldwide to eradicate pollution of the atmosphere and the oceans. About Our Mission: Advances in technology enable us to reach vast amounts of very hot, high-pressure geothermal resources around the world. When water is supercritical (over 705°F and 218 atmospheres) its properties change dramatically and it is better than liquid water or steam for generating electricity and for electrolysis to produce hydrogen. Also, the greater amount of heat enables cogeneration, i.e. multiple uses of the heat, directly and for the generation of electricity, for greater efficiency. Wind and solar vary in electrical output based on weather and time of day. Geothermal resources have a consistent output that can complement or replace other energy alternatives whenever needed. Geothermal energy that is not needed to balance the grid is used to produce hydrogen by electrolysis. Over 90% of worldwide hydrogen production today also produces GHG and other pollution because it uses fossil fuels. Supercritical geothermal resources produce cheap electricity that can be used in electrolysis, with additional geothermal heat, to provide pure hydrogen as a less expensive and easy-to-transport energy source.