The geothermal concept is widely used around the world, but Hinton's version has a few wrinkles.Rocks beneath the town contain tiny pores which hold oil, gas and water. Those differences are well-understood for hydrocarbons, but not water.The Alberta Energy Regulator says it is already discussing how to adapt to geothermal, as is the province.
"When it's related to geothermal, we actually don't know any of this stuff." Water from that far down is full of salts and other materials such as heavy metals.
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The town and Calgary-based Epoch Energy propose to re-open an abandoned gas well near the community and use heat from the bottom of the hole to warm municipal buildings. It would be pumped topside and used to warm another fluid, which would be piped downtown to the networked buildings. One study has run the numbers for 12 public buildings, including schools, government offices, the hospital and the RCMP detachment.
The .2 million cost would be paid back in 16 years at current natural gas prices.