Heat to Power in Lac La Biche Region
Part 2 of 2
July 21, 2020
How can the Lac La Biche region diversify their energy mix? Terrapin continues the conversation with the utilization of high-temperature heat resources.
Lac La Biche, like the rest of Alberta, is still very dependent on fossil fuels. Meanwhile, heat is abundant, valuable to the community and economy, and is often overlooked in energy diversification conversations.
Through this webinar, Terrapin provides a look into how higher temperature heat resources can be used to generate clean, baseload power.
This webinar is Part 2 of a webinar series hosted by Community Futures Lac La Biche, and sponsored by Energy Efficiency Alberta and Lac La Biche County.
Speakers and Panel
Cathie Hickson, P.Geo
Katie Huang, G.I.T.
Connor Speer, E.I.T.
Stuart Ashley, P.Eng
Geothermal Geologist In Training
Alberta No. 1
Former R&D Engineer in Training
Senior Process Engineer
Note: at the 11:11 timestamp, the depth mentioned is meant to be 1,500 metres, not 3,800.