The twelfth GeoTHERM, the largest geothermal trade fair in Europe, has taken place in Offenburg (Germany) last week, on 1-2 March 2018. Below you may find a photo gallery and a summary of events and activities organised by EGEC and its partners.
On May 22nd, join the EURACTIV event supported by European Copper Institute, AEBIOM, EGEC and Solar Heat Europe on heating and cooling.
EGEC Member Cranfield University has announced a new course on “Geothermal Energy – From Potential to Implementation” taking place 11-13 July 2018.
A 3-day intensive course for practitioners and scientists entitled “Energy geostructures: analysis and design” will be held at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, EPFL, Switzerland, from March 20th to March 22nd, 2018.
EE & RE is among the leading B2B events in South-East Europe. Over its 14 years existence, it has successfully paved the way for advanced technologies and knowledge to the growing SEE market. EE & RE is a meeting point between providers and users of environment-friendly and cost-efficient solutions. The great interaction between exhibitors, visitors, speakers and attendees helps them to launch new partner relations and to explore the market in a short time.
09:00 - 18:00
The one-day conference will present the final results of the H2020 DESCRAMBLE Project and discuss about their implications and future application. The meeting will be held at the Auditorium of the CNR Research Area of Pisa, Italy, Via Moruzzi 1, on 28th March 2018, from 8.30 to 17.00.
EGEC’s policy paper on the European Commission scenarios for the Clean Energy Package, updated version in March 2018 to include evolutions since the presentation of the European Commission proposal on 11/2016 as the Renewable Energy Directive is debated in Trialogue.
As the "little Package", meaning the first half of the Clean Energy Package reaches the phase of negociations between the European Commission, European Parliament and European Council (commonly refered to as "trialogue"), the Renewable Heating and Cooling industry associations (AEBIOM, EGEC, Solar Heat Europe) issued a joint position.
As the Renewable Energy Directive is debated in trialogue between the European Parliament, the European Council and the Commission, EGEC signed a joint statement with other renewable heat associations and representatives from the heating industry to warn against the inclusion of waste heat in the renewable heating and cooling article of the directive.
More than 120 members from 28 countries, including private companies, national associations, consultants, research centres, geological surveys, and public authorities, make EGEC the strongest and most powerful geothermal network in Europe, uniting and representing the entire sector.READ MORE