I guess that's better than nothing.
It is still absolutely disgusting, though.
Especially since we get a smaller percentage energy from renewable sources today then we did 15 years ago. Mind, this is due to hydroelectric having maxed out at around that time--hydroelectric still provides the bulk (almost 2/3) of renewable energy in the U.S., with carbon-intensive biomass and wood-related fuels providing about 1/8.
And of course this is bad news (both for geothermal and presumably for my portfolio as well ...)