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.
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