The direct use workshop in Valemount has been a great success. Almost 100 interested participants listened to presentations by Alison Thompson (CanGEA), Tonya "Toni" Boyd (Geo-Heat Center) Craig Dunn (Borealis GeoPower), Bernie Karl (Chena Hot Springs) and Mike Sato (Sea to Skye Onsen Inc.). The event was covered by the Rocky Mountain Goat. You can read the full article here. If you have missed the workshop and want to listen to Alison Thompson's presentation about direct use applications for geothermal energy, you can have a look here.
CanGEA offers exciting opportunities for its student members this summer. A summer internship program will provide successful applicants with the possibility to make a difference in Canada's energy landscape and gain valuable work experience in the geothermal industry.
The internships will run for up to 16 weeks and will be coordinated by CanGEA.
Interested students can register their interest in the program here until Feb 26. Suitable candidates will be selected by CanGEA and offered an internship during the following weeks.
If you are not a member yet, you can apply for membership here.