Warner Mountain Energy Corporation
Founded in 2014, the corporation is a consortium of geoscientists and developers who have combined our professional expertise and internal capabilities to develop the renewable resources offered by our land. Approximately $4 million has been invested in geothermal exploration and resource confirmation, thereby reducing development risk.
Dr. Leland “Roy” Mink?
Lisa Safford Kuscu
Developer/Hot Spring Resort Owner,
The WME land covers approximately 800 acres off of Highway 299 East in Modoc County, 5 miles east of Cedarville, California. Zoning is Agricultural General. Surprise Valley is located within a “Known Geothermal Resource Area”, as designated by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Approximate distances to major population centers:
- 195 miles north of Reno, NV
- 400 miles southeast of Portland, OR
- 325 miles north of Sacramento, CA
Surprise Valley Hot Springs resort is located on site.
Renewable Energy Investment Opportunity
Serious inquiries only.
Cedarville is located in the Surprise Valley in Modoc County. It is nestled between the Warner Mountains and Hays Range in northeast California, near the borders of Nevada and Oregon.? ?Geothermal resources are abundant in Surprise Valley.?
- Geothermal resources
- 291 days of sunshine per year
- Population 500
- Mean age 49.5 years
- Local airport
- New hospital
- Abundant open space and public lands
- Affordable real estate
- Dark Sky Sanctuary nearby
- Many recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts
- Elevation 4816 ft
- High desert environment