The Globe and Mail recently published "From black gold to hot water: Inside Western Canada’s geothermal push". The piece is an introduction to geothermal energy and some of the advantages and the troubles the industry faces in Western Canada. Experts interviewed include CanGEA Chair Alison Thompson, Saskatchewan Energy and Resources Minister Bronwyn Eyre and University of Calgary’s Dr. Sara Hastings-Simon.
You can read "From black gold to hot water: Inside Western Canada’s geothermal push" by Emma Graney on the Globe and Mail website.
Learn more about geothermal energy here.
Turboden Opens Branch in Canada
Italian clean energy company and CanGEA member, Turboden, have officially opened their first branch in Canada.
Turboden is an Italian firm specializing in Organic Rankine Cycle, which can “generate electric and thermal power exploiting multiple sources, such as [geothermal energy]”[Turboden]
Learn about Turboden on their website.
Learn about all CanGEA members at the Member Directory
CanGEA Chair Recognized at Summit Awards
CanGEA Chair Alison Thompson received the 2020 Centennial Leadership Award from APEGA and was celebrated at the 2021 Summit Virtual Gala on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021. APEGA awards the Centennial Leadership Award to those who “have attained the highest distinction relating to engineering or geoscience through directorship of an outstanding project, original research or inventions, or an exemplary career in teaching.” [APEGA]
Read more on Alison and the Centennial Leadership Award at the Summit Awards website.