Canada energy security

Rapid Decarbonizing Risk to Canada’s Energy Security

In the race to 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy, is Canada’s Energy Security at risk? The recent conflict between Ukraine and Russia has brought energy security to the forefront. Canada’s energy sector has had a tumultuous few years, seeing oil and gas prices plummet, resulting in an emergency meeting to stabilize oil prices, lack of appropriate investment into local energy tech, and political tension around cross border pipelines.

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US Senators Call for Increased Funding to Support Geothermal Energy

A recent press release issued in Washington, DC, included an announcement by US senators Jacky Rosen and Catherine Cortez Masto wherein they sent a letter to the Chair and Ranking Member of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development asking them to support the President’s request to include more than $200 million in the Fiscal Year 2023 budget for the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Geothermal Technologies Office to support a reliable, clean energy source for the United States.

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24/7 carbon free energy

24/7 Carbon-free Energy – Earth Power Becoming the New Oil

Like oil and gas, the next generation of the world’s energy supply is buried deep underground. Technologies within geothermal have long been analyzed, and in many cases, have not been pursued based on an array of risk factors and efficiency. The traditional energy sector has given the world so much, most notably the technology and expertise to extract heat from the Earth that can be transformed into 24/7 carbon-free energy.

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24/7 Carbon-free Energy Explained

The energy industry is in the midst of a transformation. The old adage of the energy transition is seeing a wash of terms associated with clean energy production parallel to public disclosures of new climate goals.

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