The Development Bank of Turkey (TKB) has issued a call for expression of interest under its newly launched geothermal Risk Sharing Mechanism for Turkey, a joint effort by TKB and the World Bank.
In the birthplace of geothermal energy (Pisa, Italy), the European Technology & Innovation Platform on Deep Geothermal has presented its “Vision for Deep Geothermal” to look at future development of deep geothermal energy and highlight the great potential of untapped geothermal resources across Europe.
GPC IP has announced the successful completion and test of a second subhorizontal geothermal well on the Paris suburban Cachan site for its customer DALKIA (EDF Group).
Taking place for the third time in Reykjavik, Iceland April 24 to 27, 2018, the Iceland Geothermal Conference aims to share effective methods and to examine the best practices currently employed in geothermal projects, informing stakeholders on how to make the most out of a geothermal project, and to explore ways in which the value of a project can be increased.
16h30 to 19h30
A Forum organized by EURACTIV to show that several renewable technologies are available to decarbonise heating and cooling (H&C) – biomass, solar thermal, geothermal and efficient heat pumps. They are mature and ready to deliver but the market uptake of renewable energies in the H&C sector remains difficult.
09:00 - 18:00
The event is jointly organised with the Flexynets project and will showcase the latest technology developments on digitalisation in district heating. Some of the topics that will be covered include smart district energy, sector coupling, electricity grid and storage integration, smart district heating controllers, and much more.
The European Union is starting discussion on its next Multiannual Financial Framework, which governs how EU funding is allocated for the 6-years period after 2020.
Letter AT Presidency_RESAssociations representing the renewable energy industries, including EGEC on behalf of the geothermal sector, co-signed a letter to the Austrian government, next in line to take up the mantle of the presidency of the European Council.
Associations representing the heating industry and renewables for heating and cooling jointly developed a paper exploring the relevance of the methodology used for the Primary Energy Factor in the European Commission for the Energy Efficiency 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