In recognition of Indigenous Peoples Day, we'd like to thank our project partners Kitselas First Nations & the many others we’ve worked with in our consulting practice for joining the geothermal journey with us.
Borealis GeoPower made headlines in BC Business this month! Borealis’ Canoe Reach project was mentioned as a renewable energy project under development in their “Invest in BC Cariboo” article written by Micheal McCullough.
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Borealis CEO, Alison Thompson joined EFL Managing Director Alison Cretney on the Thoughtful Technosapien podcast hosted by CareerCycles’ Founder, Mark Franklin where they discussed Borealis’ Sustainaville project and it’s support from EFL, the talent transfer in adopting clean energy options and much more.
The Thoughtful Technosapien podcast was developed in collaboration with Engineering Change Lab, a catalyst for change in the engineering community, and hosted by Mark Franklin of CareerCycles, OneLifeTools, U of Toronto’s iLead & producer of Career Buzz.
Borealis is thrilled to be highlighted as an Equalby30 success story for the 2019 NRCan Balance Means Business release. Borealis CEO, Alison Thompson states “We don’t recruit for diversity, diversity recruits for us. We tend to attract candidates who share our values.”
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Borealis Chair, Tim Thompson attended the Clean Energy Matchmaking Event hosted by ACTia last week. It was a wonderful opportunity to learn and connect with various ventures, investors, corporate strategists and service providers. We look forward to next year!
Borealis GeoPower was recognized by MP Kent Hehr in his #SmallBusinessSunday for demonstrating innovation and female entrepreneurship. Our CEO Alison Thompson shares how Borealis aims to propel the economy forward by hiring more women, youth and students to build the next generation of entrepreneurs.
See his post here