KGI has successfully obtained surface access rights to continue our geothermal project in the Lakelse Lake area, as granted by the B.C. Surface Rights Board. This pivotal milestone allows KGI to progress with crucial work, ensuring our commitment to sustainable energy development while respecting the rights of local property holders.
You can read more about it in the Terrace Standard.
KGI director and board member Alison Thompson was recently featured in the Globe and Mail for her participation in the Innovation Governance Program (iGP), a new executive leadership program aimed at training current and future board members in key areas of importance.
Thompson's participation in the program, presented by the Council of Canadian Innovators (CCI), underscores her commitment to staying current with emerging trends in the economy. She plans to leverage her new knowledge to improve the operations of KGI and to better serve the company's stakeholders.