Emerging Energy!

Scott Land has been a leading service provider to new and emerging industries across Canada for nearly three decades. Through changing and evolving times, Scott Land has maintained being at the forefront of new alternative industries and project types. It is part of our DNA. We are currently involved in a number of interesting new energy projects in Canada. Talk to us about your project!

Contact us at: emerging@scottland.ca

A portrait of two men from Scott Land & Lease Ltd. From left to right: Greg Meidinger, VP Land, smiling and wearing a dark suit with his arms crossed; and Hunter Scott, Executive Vice President, wearing glasses and a dark suit with a checkered shirt, smiling with his hands in his pockets. Both are standing against a white background, conveying a sense of professionalism and confidence.
Greg Meidinger
VP Land
Hunter Scott
Executive Vice President

Did You Know?

Scott Land & Lease provides land services to over 10 different industries, allowing clients to take advantage of a variety of in-house experts with no extra hassle.

Lithium Mining

Lithium has historically been produced from two sources: brines and hard rock mining. Producing lithium from brines remains the most efficient and cost-effective process. Many lithium companies operate with the goal of producing lithium products to power the growing electrical revolution.


Hydrogen is the most abundant chemical substance in the universe, constituting roughly 75% of all baryonic mass. Hydrogen is one source of energy that can be generated on demand. The methods used to produce hydrogen yield a powerful and efficient energy source.


After being formed deep in the bowels of the earth, helium tends to rise and collect in the same deposits as natural gas. In fact, most of our helium supply comes from natural gas companies which collect the gas as a by-product of natural gas production. However, the value of helium has increased significantly; so much so that companies are actively exploring again for helium.

Geothermal Energy

Geothermal energy is contained in the rock and fluid that fills the fractures and pores within the rock of the earth’s crust. It is renewable — with proper management, the rate of energy extraction can be balanced with a reservoir’s natural heat recharge rate. It is reliable — Geothermal power plants produce electricity consistently, running 24 hours per day / 7 days per week, regardless of weather conditions.