GHG emissions with Nsolv
2.4 million litres/year
of diesel saved at Raglan mine with Hatch Microgrid Controller
of new electricity generation in 2015 from renewables
Without rapid, far-reaching, and unprecedented change, scientists predict that our planet’s temperature is likely to rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius in as little as 12 years. This level of climate change has devastating and irreversible effects.
Use of geothermal energy to power an entire facility is one way in which Hatch is enabling new technologies for lithium recovery. It also demonstrates that it is possible to have the best of both worlds: green energy being used to harvest lithium, the very mineral needed to create one of the basic building blocks for storing electrical energy.
Expanding a government-owned nuclear power plant. Getting the right permits to build a new diamond mine. Redesigning busy train crossings. All benefit from expert knowledge about how to work effectively with government.
February 27 - March 1, 2019
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada | Westin Hotel
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Kemano Second Tunnel (T2) Project
British Columbia, Canada
Mesquite Solar 1
United States of America
Oxec II Hydroelectric Project
Rainy River Solar