SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
GreenFire Energy Inc. today announced that Andrew Van Horn Ph.D., director of applied research and advisory board member, will be presenting “The GreenLoop: Geothermal Energy” at the 2021 Virtual Wall Street Green Summit on April 30, 2021. The conference is the “one-stop shop” to come up to speed on the latest developments in green innovation and finance.
Andy’s presentation will cover future roles for geothermal energy and worldwide markets for innovative Closed-Loop Geothermal (CLG) technologies. Applications include the retrofit of underproducing geothermal and oil and gas wells, CLG power production from hot dry rock (which does not require fracking or induce seismicity), and GreenFire Energy’s patent-applied-for processes to improve the efficiency of hydrogen production and lithium extraction. The talk will discuss GreenFire Energy projects in the Philippines, Japan, and North America and opportunities for a growing portfolio of projects.
2021 Virtual Wall Street Green Summit
April 26-30, 2021
Technology for Climate Change Solutions – The GreenLoop: Geothermal Energy
Andrew Van Horn Ph.D.
April 30, 2021, 11:20am ET
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About GreenFire Energy®
GreenFire Energy Inc. develops and deploys innovative, closed-loop geothermal (CLG) technologies to unlock the world’s largest source of continuous renewable energy. GreenFire GreenLoop™ technology exploits vast, typically inaccessible geothermal resources and enables cost competitive, continuous, and flexible power generation with unrivaled environmental advantages. Its GreenLoop technology, demonstrated at the Coso geothermal field in Coso, California, is versatile and has a number of additional high-value applications, including mineral extraction, hydrogen production, and energy storage. GreenFire Energy offers Field Scale and Well Retrofit solutions for a wide spectrum of energy providers, including those in the diversified renewable energy, geothermal, and oil and gas industries.
GreenFire Energy’s technology has been developed with grants from the U.S. Department of Energy and the California Energy Commission. The technology is the result of years of research conducted in concert with U.S. National Laboratories, major universities, and eminent experts in multiple scientific disciplines. GreenFire Energy’s corporate mailing address is in San Francisco, California, USA. For more information visit www.greenfireenergy.com.