Chevron and BP back renewable start-up focused on geothermal energy


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Source: Eavor Technologies

Canada-based geothermal company Eavor Technologies on Tuesday announced a $40 million funding round that included participation from BP Ventures and Chevron Technology Ventures as big oil companies increase investments in renewable energy.

Geothermal power is renewable energy produced from underground heat. The U.S. Department of Energy calls geothermal a “vital clean energy resource,” noting that it emits little to zero greenhouse gases. While adoption rates differ from country to country, on the whole geothermal remains a nascent energy source.

With its new capital, Eavor is looking to commercialize its technology and scale its project pipeline….


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