Provider of Economical Baseload Power

Clean. Unlimited. Renewable.

Our Background

Geothermal Technologies (GTI) was founded in 2018 to commercialize technology that was developed at the Johns Hopkins University.  Since that time, GTI has been operating in “stealth mode”, assembling a team of world-renowned experts and partners and advancing and securing our intellectual property position. We have accomplished a lot over the past few years and are now ready to demonstrate our technology to the world.

Saving Our World for Future Generations

Humanity relies on energy. That energy comes in many forms from fossil fuels, to nuclear power, to renewables (hydroelectric, solar, wind, biomass/biofuels, geothermal, etc.). All of these technologies, with the exception of geothermal, have issues that either result in negative environmental impacts or cannot provide baseload power. Fortunately, geothermal energy is a clean, renewable, baseload energy source. Unfortunately, economic and sustainable man-made geothermal energy systems have yet to be developed.

What is Geothermal Energy?

Geothermal Energy is the thermal energy that comes from the Earth’s interior. With a central temperature equivalent to that of the surface of the Sun, the Earth can supply us with enough energy to power our planet for billions of years. A tiny bit of this geothermal energy is presently harvested in natural ‘hot spring’ systems like Yellowstone. Until now, however, attempts at widespread thermal harvesting using manufactured or Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) have been decidedly unsuccessful, as measured by forty years of effort and over one billion dollars of investment.

Enter Geothermal Technologies

Geothermal Technologies is developing a series of innovative technologies, aggregating a series of state-of-the art oil & gas and power production technologies, and then integrating them into a sophisticated system that will solve the fatal flaws of past and present EGS development efforts and provide for the production of utility-scale, clean, baseload electric power, worldwide.

GTI’s Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility

GTI is committed to creating, nurturing, and sustaining a globally inclusive culture and working environment that exemplifies teamwork, embraces innovation, and values diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility. We firmly believe collaboration among team members with varied pasts and perspectives generates more incisive and deeper insights and inspires creative solutions, to better serve our investors, employees, and community.

Our goal is to provide global access to a limitless supply of clean, economically competitive geothermal energy.