The Prince George Community Foundation has awarded KGI with $30,000 in funding to support the engineering portion our work to provide geothermal energy that is beneath the traditional lands of the Kitselas First Nations and use its heating and cooling to help support the region.
KGI thanks the Prince George Community Foundation for their vote of confidence in our project!
Did you know that geothermal energy can be used for a wide variety of applications all the while being clean, sustainable, widely available, renewable, and 'always on'?
Check out this fantastic infographic to learn more! Created by the University of North Dakota Geothermal Vision team for the U.S. Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy's Geothermal Design Challenge Fall 2020, this was the winning entry. Congratulations to the University of North Dakota Geothermal Vision team!
The full resolution infographic can be found, below.
KGI and its Fuel for Reconciliation project was featured in the Progress 2020 Special issue of the Terrace Standard.
Read the issue, here.
KGI's Fuel for Reconciliation project has been selected as one of Canada's Top 100 Recovery projects by Future of Good!
Learn more about the award winners, here.