Steamboat. Credit: CarTick at English Wikipedia, CC BY-SA 3.0, via Wikimedia Commons

DENVER, Colorado – Colorado’s Geothermal Energy Grant Program is awarding $298,000 to Pure-Green Colorado for advancement in the use of geothermal technology. According to a press release from the company, the fundings will support the exploration of integrated geothermal power generation and deep earth storage alongside green hydrogen production around Steamboat Ski Resort.

“We are grateful for this award and the support we’ve gained from partner organizations in the Steamboat community. The grant enables us to study the viability of next generation geothermal in partnership with the Steamboat Ski Resort. Our technologies are field-tested and commercial ready. We’re optimistic about deploying our clean energy ecosystem at the resort.” – Pure-Green CEO Brian Dunn

The current plan includes green hydrogen production to replace natural gas and to power fleet vehicles and work to provide geothermal energy and storage directly to the Yampa Valley power grid.

Pure-Green Colorado offers an integrated clean energy ecosystem using proven technologies in a new configuration. The modular ecosystem combines next generation geothermal energy and storage deep in the earth, scalable hydrogen green fuels and miniaturized Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology.” – Pure-Green Colorado

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