The mission to Germany will take place Aug. 22-27. As part of the mission, Minister Schulz will join German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and other officials to celebrate the inauguration of Germany’s first Eavor-Loop™ project, supported by made-in-Alberta geothermal technology. Created by Calgary-based Eavor Technologies, the Eavor-Loop™ represents the world’s first viable form of scalable, emissions-free and baseload geothermal energy.

“Alberta has the innovation, expertise and entrepreneurial spirit needed to help power the world for decades to come. I look forward to strengthening relationships with key partners and celebrating a successful geothermal project in Germany made possible thanks to made-in-Alberta technology. The world needs more secure, reliable energy, and Alberta can help deliver it.”  

Rebecca Schulz, Minister of Environment and Protected Areas

Minister Schulz will also attend meetings with government officials and industry representatives to discuss continued opportunities in Alberta’s geothermal sector and to promote the province’s Emissions Reduction and Energy Development Plan and responsible energy production.

Minister Schulz will be joined by two government staff. Mission expenses will be posted on the travel and expense disclosure page.

The Alberta government is committed to working with its national and international partners to advance shared interests that can lead to new opportunities for people and businesses in Alberta and around the world.

Itinerary for Minister Schulz*

Aug. 22-23

  • Travel to Munich, Germany

Aug. 24

  • Eavor-Loop™ launch event in Geretsried

Aug. 25

  • Meetings and briefings in Munich

Aug. 26

  • Meetings and briefings in Munich

Aug. 27

  • Return to Calgary

*Subject to change.