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Eavor and Deep Energy Capital bring next-generation geothermal to the forefront of renewable energy

A recent article from energy news leader OilPrice.com details new developments in the geothermal energy industry and stresses the need for deployable and scalable solutions in the near future. Energy and finance freelancer Felicity Bradstock is well-versed in the news and developments surrounding traditional and green energy industries. Her article from early December emphasizes the demand for clean energy from environmental agencies and governments across the globe, and cites geothermal as a sector brimming with potential.

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Eavor dubbed as “game-changer” in next-generation geothermal & the worldwide energy transition

Japanese electricity giant Chubu Electric is gunning to lead the charge when it comes to decarbonization and cleantech, both at home and abroad. Rechargenews.com secured an exclusive interview with Chubu’s global business division CEO Hiroki Sato, who expressed immense optimism about the company’s growth into international markets and emerging industries in the energy sector.

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Eavor and Getech announce joint effort to develop next-generation geothermal exploration and development in Latin America

Category leader in next-generation geothermal energy, Eavor Technologies, is announcing a Strategic Collaboration Agreement with green energy company Getech group. Getech is an international company specializing in advancing the clean energy transition with world-class geoscience data and proprietary Heat Seeker™ software. The company’s revolutionary approach to energy generation is designed to bypass risks, costs, and exploration time associated with traditional geo-energy extraction methods.

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Nunavut announces new study to unlock green energy potential in the Canadian Arctic

The Canadian government has invested over $1 million into the research and exploration of Nunavut’s geothermal heat and energy potential. Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency and the territory’s sole energy provider Qulliq Energy Corporation will fund research analyzing subterranean conditions in the remote communities of Resolute Bay, Baker Lake, and Cambridge Bay over the next three years.

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Geothermal development in Scotland is heating up

Scotland is looking for new ways to explore clean energy and next-level geothermal heating and cooling in order to meet ambitious climate goals in the next decade. Scottish news publication The Herald reported on exciting new developments in research into new applications of geothermal energy using old coal mines.

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