DEEP Earth Energy Production Corp. (“DEEP”) has commenced drilling on the first well for its geothermal power facility, located in Southeast Saskatchewan. This is a large step for the Canadian geothermal industry and CanGEA would like to congratulate DEEP. This will be Canada’s first geothermal facility and will be a transformative energy innovation for Saskatchewan.
DEEP's release can be found here.
CanGEA spoke at an event held by Alberta's NDP on its geothermal plan for the Province. The NDP sees the opportunity geothermal has to diversify the economy, create immediate and long-term jobs, provide clean, renewable energy and lower the Provinces GHG emissions.
You can watch Alison Thompson's speech at the event by following the media event link event below. The timestamps are minutes 12:00 and 31:30.
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CanGEA had the opportunity to speak at a Government of Alberta press conference on the potential of geothermal energy in Alberta. Alberta is looking towards geothermal energy as a way to attract new investment and continue to diversify the province’s energy sector.
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CanGEA members Borealis Geopower and Kitselas Geothermal were both mentioned in a media brief put out by Clean Energy Canada. The brief talks about geothermal development in Canada, along with the different geothermal projects in Canada as well.
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