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Hot water could be a new source of energy in the Robson Valley

It's water, not oil that Craig Dunn wants to drill for in the Robson Valley. His company -- Borealis Geopower -- is working with the Village of Valemount and local First Nations. The plan is to drill down to the super-heated water the bubbles up near Valemount and convert that heat into energy.

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