Ben Asquith, CEO of Da Daghay Development Corporation in partnership with the Ta'an Kwäch'än Council and The Yukon Geological Survey for this project recently stated the following: "We're looking at it from an economic development standpoint, and whether or not it would be feasible to put a greenhouse there. Or — big, big picture — looking at doing an energy plant,".
Alison Thompson, CEO & President of Borealis which is involved in the bidding of the Nunavut Project, recently said: "There's a rich knowledge that people living in Nunavut have ... those factors shouldn't and can't be discounted"
Shirley Bond, MLA for Prince George-Valemont and Andrew Weaver, Leader of the Green Party of British Columbia interviewed the Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources regarding the approval of Borealis’ permit expansion.
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These results indicate 5,300 petajoules ("PJ") of thermal energy in place may exist, relative to 15°C, that is estimated to be capable of yielding at least 23 MWe of continuous electrical power over a 30-year span. Minimum subsurface information data are available. A continued surface exploration program and confirmation drilling plan that consists of drilling to a depth of no more than 2km, are anticipated.
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