"Geothermal Across The Americas"
Presented by Institute of The Americas along with Geothermal Energy Advancement Association
On October 18, and in celebration of World Geothermal Energy Day, the Three Part Webinar series will continue with Part II: Geothermal - supplying sustainable low carbon energy in Latin America
Expert panel discussion will include these and other topics.
"Geothermal: What’s it all about?"
Saturday, October 22 from 10:00 am to Noon
German Society of Pennsylvania
611 Spring Garden Street
Philadelphia, PA 19123 USA
Geodelphia will be celebrating World Geothermal Day by giving you an opportunity to experience and learn about geothermal heating and cooling. The program will take place at the German Society at 611 Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia on Saturday, October 22 from 10:00am to Noon.
In 2019 the German Society of Pennsylvania completed a geothermal upgrade of the system heating and cooling the 20,000 square feet of their 130-year-old structure.
The program will begin with a brief introduction to geothermal energy – that free energy right below our feet. Next the group will be taken on a tour led by Tony Michels, past president of the German Society during which he will explain the installation of the system. This will be followed by short presentations on networked geothermal systems and home installation. The program will end with an informal question and answer period and refreshments.
The program is free but registration is requested.
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Borealis GeoPower Inc. (Borealis Geothermal)
Borealis Geothermal: Down to Earth.
On July 14th, B Labs, a worldwide company that awards companies with B Corporation certification, awarded Borealis the title "Best for the World 2022." Best of the World means that a company places in the top 5% in the 5 B Impact Assessment areas (community, customers, environment, governance, and team-mates) worldwide. We are thrilled to celebrate World Geothermal Energy Day as we earn this title. We are constantly striving to make the world a better place and are grateful to have earned that recognition.
Borealis Geothermal's projects are about realizing a vision. One where sustainable zero impact geothermal energy is the cornerstone of a new way of being, while also earning economic returns. They work closely with their host communities and First Nations partners to build enabling energy projects that support local jobs, a diversified economy, zero emission power and heat production, and local food. They call their demonstration project "Sustainaville". They invite like-minded prospective customers, investors and fast followers to be a part of these first projects in Canada. Borealis GeoPower knows that there doesn't have to be a tradeoff between the environment and the economy. They're on a mission to make people question why they didn't do business like this in the first place. And now that there is a choice, to join them on their energy, local economy and local food journey.
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