Chief Geologist, Craig Dunn of Borealis GeoPower speaks to Greenhouse Canada Magazine for their article Energized CropsBeing Fuelled by Alternative Heat Sources. Craig discuss how geothermal is an accessible and affordable method of heating greenhouses to produce local food with a reduced carbon footprint throughout Canada. In particular, the Canadian North could greatly benefit from greenhouses heated by geothermal due to the increased thermal gradient and poor food security. Dunn also mentions the opportunities for waste heat from oil & gas wells.
Read the full article here.
CanGEA's chair, Alison Thompson, was recently interviewed by Bonjour Alberta - a television program that serves the 238,000 plus people that speak French in Alberta. The show speaks first in English and covers the same topics again in French. Alison is joined by Benjamin Thibault from the Pembina Institute to discuss geothermal energy, CanGEA and the economics of geothermal power.
Watch the video below!