Alberta Minister of Environment and Protected Areas Rebecca Schulz promotes Eavor-Loop™ technology in Germany

Eavor co-founder and EVP Jeanine Vany had the opportunity to meet the Minister of Environment and Protected Areas of Alberta, Rebecca Schulz, and provide a tour of Eavor’s Geretsried drill site. In regard to the event, Vany commented: “It was my honor to tour Minister Schulz around the drilling site at Geretsreid. In some ways having Minister Schulz present felt like coming full circle. Without the early-stage investment from the Alberta and Federal governments to drill the Eavor Lite pilot in Alberta in 2019, we would not be standing here today, in Bavaria, drilling the first commercial Eavor Loop™. Our goal to enable local clean energy autonomy everywhere is feeling closer than ever and will certainly have a transformative impact on the energy crisis in Europe as we deploy more Eavor Loops.”

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The German Chancellor announces his wish for Eavor-Loop™ technology to succeed in Germany on a “significant scale.”

The inauguration of Eavor’s first commercial project in Geretsried was the site where German Chancellor Olaf Scholz made an announcement to implement more geothermal plants tenfold, as he said that geothermal is an “obvious solution” to combating climate change. “This is ambitious, but a secure and, above all, affordable supply of renewable energy is an advantage that is crucial not only for our citizens but also for our economy. For location decisions and for investments,” said Scholz. “I wish … that Germany will be the first country in Europe where the Eavor-Loop™ works on a significant scale.”

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QR Calgary – Mornings with Sue & Andy featuring Eavor’s President & CEO, John Redfern

Eavor CEO and President, John Redfern recently joined the QR Calgary radio show, Mornings with Sue & Andy for an episode entitled ‘Promise of Geothermal Energy Technology’. A Calgary based tech company is using their innovations in geothermal energy to help power Germany! This morning John Redfern, president and CEO, Eavor Technologies Inc. joined us to discuss their work and the potential of geothermal energy.

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Excitement ignites in Germany over Eavor-Loop™ technology following Eavor’s inauguration event in Geretsried

Eavor-Europe’s™ project site at Geretsried attracted a bustling crowd of government officials, engineers, geologists, policy makers, and media on Thursday, Aug. 24 to witness the inauguration of Eavor’s first commercial power plant. Some of the most notable attendees included Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Bavaria’s Prime Minister Markus Söder, Research Minister Bettina Stark-Watzinger, and Alberta Minister of Environment and Protected Areas Rebecca Schulz.

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The Eavor-Loop™ labelled as revolutionary technology that’s going to “turn the tide” in renewable energy sector

Eavor’s first commercial power plant in Geretsried, Bavaria is being showcased by The World Technology Leader Award as a means to revolutionize the utilization of renewable energy. The World Technology Leader Award  is led by Diana Research Pte. Ltd., which is based in Singapore. The research and market intelligence company specializes in the identification and analyses of leaders in technology and innovation around the world. In a recent article the company wrote about Eavor, it begins by highlighting that Eavor’s technology is a sophisticated energy cycle that “metamorphoses into an underground energy storage hub, paving the way for potentially numerous similar systems to store electricity.”

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Eavor has the potential to play a major role in solving Germany’s heating difficulties

Described as an under utilized yet nearly endless source of clean baseload energy, the WirtschaftsWoche’s article written by Stefan Hajek describes Eavor’s closed-loop system as the means to break away from niche technology that’s only been used in minimal regions. The article sets the scene at the Geretsried drilling site. Following Fabricio Cesário, project manager of the construction site, insights are given into the intense labour that goes into drilling more than 4500 meters deep into the foothills of the Alps. Penetrating limestone rock, 280 kilometres of horizontal wellbores are connected together to form a massive subsurface heating system. With drilling beginning in August, the two vertical wells could potentially be connected as early as November.

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