CanGEA seeking your support – sharing geothermal publications for the public
The Canadian Geothermal Energy Association (CanGEA) is seeking the public's support pointing to its work on promoting geothermal energy and publicly available reports.
In a release shared with ThinkGeoEnergy, CanGEA is seeking the public’s support. With so many stuck indoors due to the COVID-19 crisis, a lot of people use the time to pick up on some reading and conduct research, or expand their knowledge on interesting topics such as geothermal energy.
The Canadian Geothermal Energy Association (CanGEA) has published numerous reports for the use of our supporters and the renewable energy community. A few key publications that are available to the public include:
- An Introduction to Canada’s Geothermal Development and Canadian Policy Gap
- International Geothermal Policy Mechanisms Best practices: Identifying the Canadian gap
- Region-specific resource databases
- 2020 Member Directory
- Plus many more informative and data filled documents
This is a time to reinforce CanGEA’s mandate, break through barriers and influence leaders to implement support for geothermal to help Canada implement reliable and clean energy.
“Drop message or question and we will do our best to provide you with an answer or with information on the benefits of geothermal energy. This is your time to join those who currently support CanGEA’s initiatives in our journey to implement reliable and clean energy!
We appreciate any and all support, such as participating in our popular ‘Buy us a Coffee’ initiative.”, so CanGEA in its statement.
Disclaimer: The author is a board member of CanGEA