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- The top 10 most read geothermal news of 2019 on ThinkGeoEnergy
- Eavor GmbH selected as an endorsed nominee for the Ruggero Bertani European Geothermal Innovation Award 2020!
- Green Energy Goes Deep: A Geothermal Foothold in Alberta
- Eavor Nominated for The Narwhal List – 2020
- Eavor Selected as Part of Equal Ocean’s 20 Most Valuable Green Technology Companies All Over the World
- The World’s first truly scalable form of Green Baseload Power
demonstrated by Eavor Technologies Inc.
In annual tradition, here are the top 10 most read geothermal news on ThinkGeoEnergy for the year 2019. Be sure to check out number 4.
- The top 10 geothermal countries 2018 – based on installed generation capacity
- (Warren) Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway plans lithium extraction from geothermal operations
- Drilling contract signed with KenGen for Tulu Moye geothermal project in Ethiopia
- Shell joins Eavor’s disruptive new conduction-only geothermal demonstration project
- Significant lithium resources confirmed at sites for geothermal projects in Alsace, France
- Turkey targets 2,000 MW geothermal power generation capacity by 2020
- Chinese TICA Thermal Solutions group to acquire Italian ORC supplier Exergy
- Hydrogen production facility to be set up at geothermal plant in New Zealand
- Oil giant Shell with bold moves towards a future focused on electricity generation
- 40th Anniversary of geothermal power generation at Tiwi (geothermal power plant), Philippines
The top 10 most read news are based on the overall pageviews per article (published in 2019) from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019.
Congratulations to EAVOR GmbH on being selected as an endorsed nominee for the Ruggero Bertani European Geothermal Innovation Award 2020!
The winner will be announced on 5th March 2020 at the GeoTHERM expo & congress in Offenburg (Germany), during the Evening Reception of GeoTHERM.
Jeanine speaks with APEGA about our Eavor-Lite™ project.
“We’re thrilled Eavor has been nominated for The Narwhal List along with other startups with unicorn potential,” says John Redfern, Eavor President + CEO.
“Using Financial Velocity as the identifying metric, The Narwhal List was developed to focus attention on the Canadian technology companies best poised to become world class firms.”
“Since the last century, climate change and environmental pollution have been topics inspiring both contention and innovation.”
We at Eavor are proud to be a part of the 20 of the most valuable green technology companies all over the world as stated by EqualOcean.
John Redfern is an expert investor, advisor and serial entrepreneur in the data analytics, oil service and energy tech verticals. John spent his career in executive roles at multiple international oil co’s and oil service co’s including as a Director at Hess in London, President of Accumap in Calgary and President of IHS Energy in Denver. Prior to Eavor, John spent 13 years in China co-founding a series of start-ups, the most recent of which is LocalGravity, the leading retail data analytics platform in China. As a director, executive and advisor over the years, John has specialized in commercial strategy, negotiations, alliancing, M&A, and private equity. John holds a degree in Engineering Physics from Queen’s University in Kingston, Law degrees from McGill University in Montreal, and an MBA degree from INSEAD in France.
John recently contributed to the Arc Energy Podcast discussing a wide range of topics. Take a listen at the link below.
Taken from – https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/
This week we interview John Redfern, the President and CEO of Eavor. His company has invented a novel way for harvesting the earth’s geothermal energy based, in part, on their knowledge from drilling oil and gas wells. The solution is called the Eavor-Loop. The technology overcomes many of the issues that have hampered traditional applications. For instance, it is not limited to niche geographies and it circulates naturally, instead of using an energy intense pump. The Eavor-Loop has been successfully piloted in Alberta, and assuming the solution is successful at large-scale deployment, it would be a step forward into a low carbon future.