ThinkGeoEnergy posted an article featuring the web portal to access the Canadian National Geothermal Database for British Columbia, Alberta, and Yukon established by CanGEA, in conjunction with the Geothermal Resource Estimate Maps of Alberta & British Columbia and in support of Open Data. This open-source platform responds to one of the industry's barriers to geothermal energy development and deployment: the difficulty in accessing and integrating technical data in a digital format.
To read the rest of ThingGeoEnergy's article, written by Alexander Richter, click here.
To access the Canadian National Geothermal Database, click here.
The UNESCO-IGCP Group 636 on Geothermal Energy is hosting its 2nd meeting in Chile during the week of November 21st. This group aims at unifying international research forces to unlock and strengthen geothermal exploitation of the Americas and Europe. Details about the meeting can be found here.
Any researcher is welcome to participate and submit an extended abstract here.
September 5th, 2017.
A document with CanGEA's recommendations was submitted for inclusion in the Budget Update of September 11, 2017.
The submission was addressed to the Hon. Carole James, MLA, Minister of Finance and Deputy Premier. Additionally, it was sent to the following MLA's: John Horgan, Michelle Mungall, George Heyman, Andrew Weaver, Rich Coleman.