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Aqua Terra to develop geothermal projects in British Columbia/ Canada

Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 9 Aug 2009

Aqua Terra Resources, a Canadian privately held renewable energy development company, is planning to develop two significant geothermal resources in the Province of British Columbia. The company has secured two of the three existing geothermal sites in the province of British Columbia.

In a release by CleanGoal Environmental LLC., “a provider of services for emerging companies in the Clean Energy Industry”, the company announces “that it has been contracted to assist in financing Aqua Terra Power Corporation (Aqua Terra Resources), whose main objective is to produce and sell electricity generated from clean energy in British Columbia.

Aqua Terra Power Corporation is a private Canadian company that develops clean energy sources (wind, marine, solar and geothermal) into profitable power and utility sales.

The initial focus of Aqua Terra is to develop two significant geothermal resources in the Province of British Columbia. Aqua Terra has secured two of the three existing geothermal sites in the province of British Columbia.

Future areas of development may include solar and wind power technologies, and other opportunities that fit Aqua Terra’s vision of acquiring and developing resources which are clean, renewable and profitable.”

Source: Compay press release via Market Wire