Can solar and wind compete with the geothermal value chain?
How Algar Geothermal can benefit remote communities The challenge: Communities in remote locations with harsh growing climates have long faced food supply issues. These communities often rely on a fragile supply chain that can be easily disrupted by weather or other factors. Harsh winters and limited access to transportation infrastructure only exacerbate this problem. Current
An example: Britain’s food supply is becoming more volatile While Alberta is somewhat insulated from global political instability, other countries are feeling the pinch in their food supply chain. For example, Britain is having supply chain issues in their vegetable and produce markets. The conflict in Ukraine has caused an increase in energy costs, causing
As the world continues to grapple with climate change, many governments and organizations are looking for new ways to tap into renewable forms of energy. One way that is gaining attention is using out-of-service oil or gas wells as a source of geothermal energy. This novel idea could help reduce our reliance on fossil fuels