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SAGE RESOURCES is working with property owners, local government and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to identify, define, and support geothermal energy, as one of the primary renewable energy sources, in the Western U.S.

From large-scale projects designed to provide reliable base load electricity to small-scale projects designed to heat buildings and homes, we believe that our geothermal resources are key to providing clean energy solutions in our nation, particularly in the West. We are dedicated to helping develop and enhance your resource projects.

Our primary goal is to assist interested parties define, and help develop, geothermal heat and power projects. We are also interested in keeping project up-to-date with relevant new information and helping owners with geothermal resources investigate their properties.

Montana has abundant geothermal resources, many of which appear naturally on the surface.

SAGE RESOURCES has reviewed and investigated more than 200 geothermal areas in the western United States.  

This work identified several viable development sites based on resource definition, geologic assessments, available grid access and potential uses.

Montana has fully developed geothermal resources for base grid power.

SAGE RESOURCES is currently working with private investors and public groups to evaluate Lithium and other strategic metals from geothermal fluids and several of these sites.  Previous work proved economical geothermal reservoir temperatures, fluid volumes, flow paths, depths to reservoirs and other geologic character important to project development.

South Salton Sea Project: Groundwater, surface evaluation, and review of existing well data. Included distribution analysis of metallic compounds, detailed stratigraphic definition and aquifer analysis. Tasks include review of site characterization, mapping, analytical data, existing site descriptions, and oversight of field activities (soil borings, site mapping, sampling, utility clearances). Site reports included site maps, description of previous activities, hydro-geologic setting, soil borings, sampling results, and recommendations.