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The Geothermal Working Group of Colorado works to advance the responsible development of geothermal resources in the state by bringing together different stakeholders, including developers, scientists, government agencies and the public.

This site is a public meeting place that provides members of Geothermal Energy in Colorado with a shared calendar, discussion forums, member profiles, photo gallery, file storage and more. We encourage you to upload your photo, complete your profile and participate!


  • Transforming GHPs from Sleeper to Mainstream Technology

    Posted by Ben / on 08/23/2012 / 0 Comments

    Categories: News, announcements


    Generation Geo 2012 Conference & Expo is the only event in the  Rocky Mountain region  to examine the critical elements influencing the adoption of geothermal heat pumps (GHPs) into today's built environment. GHP technology offers a set of heating and cooling benefits that are unmatched by traditional systems. Yet despite acclamations by EPA and others as “the most energy efficient, environmentally clean and cost effective space conditioning system available,” GHP use remains vastly underutilized.

    Generation Geo, Sept 27 – 28, will explore the why’s and how’s of GHP market conditions and applications, while also providing practical how-to solutions for ..

  • GWG Meeting to Assess State of Geothermal Development in Colorado

    Posted by Ben / on 06/19/2012 / 0 Comments

    Categories: News, announcements


    The Geothermal Working Group (GWG) will meet on June 28th to examine the status of geo energy development in Colorado. The day long program will describe the latest activity with geothermal power, direct use and geothermal heat pumps and feature perspectives from government, industry, academia and legal sectors.  Four sessions will address topics such as: how close are we to bringing the first geothermal power plant on line?; how would a Thermal Energy Standard stimulate economic development; are regulations a help or a hindrance?; what are the major economic impediments to accelerating geo energy growth?; and what are the strongest markets ..

  • Japanese energy experts research DMEA’s solar program

    Posted by Francisco / on 05/07/2012 / 0 Comments

    Categories: News, announcements

    From the Delta County Independent:

    On April 26, representatives of the Japan Electric Power Information Center (JEPIC) and Kyushu Electric Power Company met with the Delta-Montrose Electric Association (DMEA) to research the Colorado electric distribution co-op's community solar array program.

    Because of the Fukushima nuclear plant accident, Japan is looking to reduce reliance on nuclear power.

    To accomplish this, the Japanese power utilities are looking for ways to accelerate the rate at which they are integrating more renewable energy resources into their power grid.

    After hearing a presentation by Jim Heneghan, DMEA's renewable energy engineer, at a utility conference, Koichi Koyama ..

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