Fri, 02 June|
Webinar: The Supercritical/Superhot Geothermal Frontier
Join this webinar with Terra Rogers of CATF who will be presenting on the supercritical/ superhot geothermal frontier and the work of CATF.
Time & Location
02 June, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm GMT+2
About the event
As part of the regular Focus on Geothermal webinar series, a partnership between ThinkGeoEnergy and Enerchange, we are proud to host Terra Rogers, Program Director for Superhot Rock Energy at CATF, The Clean Air Task Force, a non-traditional, fact-based, environmental non-governmental organization. The webinar will the topic: “The Supercritical/ Superhot Geothermal Frontier”.
Date: 2 June 2023
Time: 4:00 PM CEST (10:00 am EST, 7:00 am PST)
Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1865578094114570845
The topic focuses on supercrtical geothermal energy and the unique role of an NGO in this space.
As Program Director for Superhot Rock Energy at The Clean Air Task Force, leads CATF’s geothermal strategy and technical team to make clean, safe, zero-carbon energy possible anytime, anywhere. In 2022 she joined CATF to create a global vision for superhot rock and implement pathways for large-scale deployment. She will be presenting on “The Supercritical/ Superhot Geothermal Frontier”.
In 2022 she joined CATF to create a global vision for Superhot Rock and implement pathways for large-scale deployment. Terra has been active in the renewable energy industry since 2004 and has served as Sr. Vice President, Program Director and consultant to companies providing pioneering services and R&D solutions in the geothermal, biofuel and energy storage markets.
At CATF Ms. Rogers leverages her experience in power purchase negotiations and financial modeling for renewable energy startups to create the ecosystems necessary to foster and grow this promising new industry. Having secured over $100M in public funding to test, demonstrate and deploy early-stage technologies, she offers insights into technology innovation, permitting, and business strategy. Before Terra turned her focus to research and new technology deployment, she worked within conventional geothermal at Ram Power where Terra led the project management and financial controls for a state-of-the-art, $0.5B geothermal power plant in Nicaragua.
Ms. Rogers speaks Spanish and holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School.