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CanGEA Investment Workshop & Reception, September 9, 2009, Toronto

Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 7 Aug 2009

The Canadian Geothermal Energy Association (CanGEA), the country's geothermal industry association is inviting to its first CanGEA Geothermal Energy Investment Workshop and Networking Reception, September 9, 2009 in Toronto, Ontario.

The Canadian Geothermal Energy Association (CanGEA), the country’s geothermal industry association is inviting to its first CanGEA Geothermal Energy Investment Workshop and Networking Reception, September 9, 2009 in Toronto, Ontario.

In its invitation the association refers to “the big move of several high profile geothermal companies this year in Canadian markets. The recent IPO of CanGEA Member Magma Energy Corp. was the largest of any company on the TSX in more than a year. Other CanGEA Members, through recent financing deals, are attracting similar interest in the investment community, notably Western GeoPower Corp and Sierra Geothermal Power.

Numerous private placements worth many more millions of dollars will emerge in the coming months. The geothermal power industry is heating up and the CanGEA Investment Workshop and Networking Reception is where you need to be to learn more about the companies, opportunities and leaders that are driving this growth.”

The presentations in the September 9 CanGEA Workshop have been designed to illustrate a complete view of the opportunity in today’s geothermal power industry. From the background basics to the future outlook, CanGEA experts will present on topics of high importance to geothermal stakeholders. Further, the CanGEA workshop will host the launch of the Canadian Geothermal Reserves and Reporting Code which will be a keystone of geothermal investment worldwide.

Workshop Agenda

In attendance will be many of the leading international figures in geothermal power development, finance, regulation and advocacy. The networking events present a unique opportunity to meet these geothermal leaders and establish a personal connection with the industry. The event venue is well equipped to host small meetings, and upon request CanGEA can facilitate introductions and meeting time for attendees.

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Source: Canadian Geothermal Energy Association