Pond 20 Wetland Mitigation BankDecember 9, 2019
Hell's Kitchen Geothermal Project
Salton Sea, CA
Client: Controlled Thermal Resources (CTR)
Key Resource: Lithium
Miles East of San Diego
Great Ecology is providing environmental consulting services to CTR on the ecological and regulatory planning for an integrated lithium extraction and geothermal power project. The site, adjacent to the Salton Sea, would include a proposed staged lithium production pathway and will result in renewable geothermal energy and lithium to power electric vehicles with an extremely low carbon footprint, making the project highly sustainable.
Our team is deploying a full suite of services including on-the-ground assessments, drone surveys and reconnaissance, desktop modeling and mapping, data analysis, and more.
Rendering courtesy CTR
A New Resource in the Desert
Great Ecology's team has made extensive visits to the project site and is applying a wealth of ecological knowledge to assist the client in achieving their goals for construction of a groundbreaking lithium and geothermal energy facility.
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