CanGEA member E3 Metals receives $100,000 from Alberta Innovates for the Continued Development of its Lithium Extraction Technology
CanGEA member E3 Metals has recently been given $100,000 from Alberta Innovates for the continued development of its lithium extraction technology.
“The focus of this work is the scaling of the concentration and purification steps of E3 Metals’ lithium extraction flow sheet, both of which are critical to the future commercial production of lithium by the Company,” commented E3 Metals Corp CEO Chris Doornbos. “This grant of $100,000 towards the continued development and scaling of our concentration and purification technology is an additional validation of E3 Metals’ extraction process and greatly assists the Company’s development plans. We are very excited to be working with Alberta Innovates."
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Valemount, B.C. wants to be Canada’s first geothermal village. CanGEA member, Borealis GeoPower is working to make this a reality!
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CanGEA Member, Eden GEopower secures grant on technology to increase permeability in geothermal reservoirs
Eden GeoPower has secured a small business innovation research grant of $225k from the National Science Foundation in the U.S. to help develop a new method to help increase permeability in oil and gas/geothermal reservoirs.
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The Energy Department's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has released the 2018 Annual Technology Baseline (ATB), updating a key source of reliable electricity generation technology cost and performance data used to support and inform electric sector analysis in the United States. Its the fourth year the ATB documents technology-specific information on a broad spectrum of electricity-generation technologies, including wind, solar, geothermal, hydropower, biopower, coal, natural gas, and nuclear. New this year, the ATB includes financing assumptions that are specific to each technology and change over time. The different financing cases illustrate the distinction between technological and financial effects on the key metrics.
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