We are transforming the power industry
We developed an innovative, highly efficient and scalable technology for extracting power from the Earth’s natural, and ubiquitous, geological temperature gradient.
Energy never stops.
Our proprietary geothermal power generation technology (called Eavor-Loop™) overcomes all the traditional roadblocks to geothermal power, such as the requirement for unusually high ground temperatures. Our system is made with existing commercial componentry configured in a completely novel way. We use recently proven advances in drilling techniques merged with the latest heat to power generation technology.
Economic, green, reliable power.
Eavor-Loop™ can be implemented almost anywhere at scale. Our sites can exist close to urban centers or in remote locations where getting electrical power is historically challenging.
In Alberta alone, we have identified an initial target market in excess of 5,000 MW.
Eavor-Loop™ generates power close to its customer eliminating transmission costs + line losses.
Eavor-Loop™ is the only green, scalable, baseload and fast ramping power solution.
How does it work?
Most traditional power generation (coal, natural gas, nuclear, biomass) involves using a heat source to vaporize (boil) a liquid to drive a turbine – the only difference is what creates the heat. In our case, it’s using the natural steady heat of the earth itself.
To extract the heat, Eavor-Loop uses a true closed-loop rather than a fracked reservoir. This enables the extraction of heat without the need to handle, clean and reinject produced water. The result is a solution that is both more efficient and cleaner than traditional geothermal.
We can save even more money, and the environment, by recycling abandoned well sites as Eavor-Loop locations – but can also install greenfield sites almost anywhere.
We are clean carbon-neutral baseload power.
With Eavor-Loop™, we are bringing forward a sustainable technology that has longevity. These generational assets we are building can potentially last for 50+ years with minimal maintenance.
- no produced fluids that need to be reinjected and/or cleaned up
- no scaling or maintenance issues associated with produced brine
- no fracking as with traditional geothermal
- no risk of harming existing aquifers or adjacent oil producing formations
- no risk of induced earthquakes as found elsewhere with fracking and water injection
- no release of CO2 held in solution as with many traditional geothermal operations