y Keith Breene If you think of geothermal power having a national home, it is probably the frozen expanse of Iceland or perhaps the volcanic springs of New Zealand. Both countries, on opposite sides of the world, owe their famously prolific geological activity to their position on shifting tectonic plates. In fact, the region emerging as the world’s leading geothermal power is thousands of miles away from both of these countries, in the verdant hills of East Africa.