Geothermal energy is delivering clean, base-load and low cost electricity in 24 countries around the world. Canada is still missing out on this opportunity. This workshop will target the question of how to transfer existing skills and expertise in oil/gas to geothermal project development. Low commodity prices and the economic downturn make this a hot topic.
When?: Workshop: June 23rd 9:00am to 5:30pm
Networking Session: 5:30pm - 7:00pm
Where?: SAIT - Ambrosia Room (V226)
Please join us for an informal networking session on June 23 after our Technology Transfer Event from 5:30-7:00 for the opportunity to network with Canada's geothermal energy leaders.
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CanGEA's corporate members
Explore geothermal energy in Iceland
CanGEA is organizing a spectacular market visit to Iceland in April.
Corporate members may be able to take advantage of substantial travel and registration subsidies. For the past 5 years, a 50% reimbursement on travel expenses and conference registrations plus a $200 per diem for one person per company have been possible. A reservation also includes a feature in our 2016 Canadian Geothermal Projects & Skills Profile. This is an excellent initiative for CanGEA members to showcase their projects, skills, and products to the international geothermal community. If you cannot join us on the trip, we can still offer you a spot in our 2016 Canadian Geothermal Projects & Skills Profile so that your company can be marketed to the global geothermal industry.
Not a member yet? You can still register for the trip and become a member before we leave for Iceland.
Individual/student members and media partners are also welcome to attend the market visit but will not be eligible for the corporate member subsidy. You will, however, be able to take advantage of our group pricing discounts. If you are interested in joining, secure your spot for this amazing market visit today.
In light of the historic climate negotiations in Paris, CanGEA accepted the invitation to be part of the Friday Afternoon Talk Series (FATS) at the University of Calgary for the second time.