CanGEA Direct Use exploration mission to Klamath Falls

Initial drilling for project on OIT campus (source: Kristina Maupin/OIT)
Francisco Rojas 4 Jul 2014

CanGEA has received funding in order to assist Small and Medium Companies with trade missions to Klamath Falls, Oregon. Limited positions available.

In a recent press release from CanGEA, the company has received Foreign Affairs Canada Global Opportunities for Associations (GOA) funding to take Canadian small-medium enterprises on a market exploration mission to the various world-renowned geothermal direct uses in Klamath Falls, Oregon on October 2-4, 2014.

The trade mission will be an opportunity to learn from geothermal direct use experts; acquire market intelligence; discover potential partners, buyers and sellers; and bring internationally acclaimed practices back to Canada.

The GOA subsidy provides matching funds to small-medium enterprises for up to 50% of transportation costs, including airfare, as well as up to a $200 per diem to assist with accommodation and meals.

There are limited spaces available. Reserve your place on the market exploration mission before July 15th by sending an expression of interest to Our members receive first priority in reserving a spot on this trade mission. Note that membership fees are often less than the subsidy available for the trade mission. Companies who are not small-medium enterprises or who are not CanGEA members are also welcome to join us, however, they will not receive a subsidy.

Source: CanGEA Website