Think Geoenergy has posted a new story about the Department of Energy’s road trip to visit the FORGE sites. Here’s the link to Roadtrip to the candidates for the FORGE geothermal research project in the U.S.
Local media sources have printed a few stories about the Newberry area recently. Here’s a link to the Sunriver Scene, with an article on page 11. Local news channel KTVZ-21 and the Bend Bulletin have also posted stories related to the recent micro-seismic events taking place southwest of Newberry. While these micro-seismic events are naturally occurring and unrelated to EGS development at Newberry, we wanted to share these articles with you anyway. If you’re interested in learning more about seismicity in the Pacific Northwest, the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network offers a great interactive map of seismic activity in the area. Check it out!
AltaRock staff will be available in the Conscious Living Showcase area of the Bend Fall Festival
on October 3 and 4. Come by our booth to chat about the geothermal energy research and development taking place at Newberry Volcano including the new Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) project. We look forward to seeing you there!
Dr. Adam Schultz, Oregon State University Professor of Geology and Geophysics, recently interviewed with the Corvallis Advocate on the subject of geothermal power. Here’s a link to The Power War: Geothermal vs. Nuclear, published July 15, 2015.
We’ll be at the Bend Summer Festival this Saturday and Sunday. Come by our booth for an update on the Newberry EGS Demonstration project as well as the Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) project.
The Newberry EGS Demonstration site has been selected by the Department of Energy as a candidate site for the Frontier Observatory in Geothermal Energy. Here are a few links to articles about the announcement:
Bend Bulletin Newberry Volcano Candidate for Geothermal Laboratory
KTVZ Newberry Geothermal Research Lab Clears First Hurdle
Department of Energy About FORGE
The Portland Business Journal recently published an exciting article about the Newberry Volcano Frontier Observatory for Research in Geothermal Energy (FORGE) project taking place at Newberry- An Active Oregon Volcano could house a new Renewable Energy Laboratory.