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Geothermal leads to optimum ice conditions at new Hearst Ontario curling rink

March 29, 2012

Hearst, Ontario – Inconsistent ice conditions have become a thing of the past at the Hearst Community Curling Club in Northeastern Ontario thanks to the geothermal technology installed in the club’s new building. The four-sheet curling rink marked its official opening on February 25th and is quickly realizing the benefits of this renewable energy alternative over conventional heating and cooling systems in a community characterized by winter temperatures of -40°C.