The world’s largest geothermal lagoon to be built in Canada
It will be powered by a mix of photovoltaic, biomass, and geothermal energies, with solar heating chipping in too.
Created: Sep 22, 2022 6:34 AM
Artist’s rendition of geoLagoon
The world’s largest geothermal lagoon is planned at Charlevoix, a 45-minute drive from Quebec City in Canada. The open-air lagoon will feature a patent-pending heating system that will keep the waters warm at 102oFahrenheit (39o Celsius) even during the winters when temperatures drop below 32oFahrenheit (OoC), New Atlas reported.
The project, dubbed geoLagoon is modeled on the geothermal lagoons in Iceland that are globally popular, and its owner and CEO, Louis Massicotte’s vision includes four such lagoons to be built in Canada alone.