An article that intertwines a climate driven vision, through geothermal energy, with the Canada's oil and gas industry. Suggesting, climate change concerns should guide our energy policy and investment priorities. New technology, is available and increasingly competitive. Long term investment in fossil fuels locks us into the other vision and sets us on a more difficult path to emissions reduction.
CanGEA's Chair, Alison Thompson, and member, Borealis GeoPower, were mentioned throughout the article.
The full article is available here.