14:00 - 14:30 CEST
Join this webinar to get an overview of the geothermal markets in Croatia, France and Switzerland - in preparation for an event with further in-depth presentations on those markets as part of the IGC Invest Geothermal event.
13:00 - 14:30
RHC ETIP invites you to participate at its national roundtable discussion on the current status of the Finnish renewable heating and cooling sector.
8:00 - 9:30 CEST
In a virtual event on how to switch on the power of the earth, Baseload Capital will share details on how it is accelerating geothermal energy development and how it sees the future of geothermal power.
The GeoERA Consortium will be conducting a series of webinars in November that will focus on how geoscience and subsurface information can help address the UN sustainable development goals and the targets of the European Green Deal.
In autumn the German geothermal industry traditionally gathers for the Geothermal Congress (DGK). This year the congress will be offered in virtual rooms. Energy experts from science and industry will be able to exchange knowledge and network during this digital edition of the German Geothermal Congress.
The 1st Geoscience & Engineering in Energy Transition Conference (GET) is cross-disciplinary by design. The audience will be composed by geoscientists and engineers working on all subsurface usages, either relevant to energy transition (geothermal and storage) or more traditional resource exploitation; representatives of universities and research institutions, geological surveys, local and national authorities and regulators, petroleum operators and energy utilities, field service and consulting firms are offered a platform to exchange views and experience.
Geothermal is increasingly coming onto the low carbon energy radar, as governments realise that their policies need to mitigate against fossil fuels, while not inducing economic stress, which is especially relevant now due to the Covid-19 pandemic. However, there are still a number of issues that hold back global utilisation of this energy source, both technical and political/commercial. This webinar hopes to explain, in broad terms, the issues and how we can progressively overcome them, embracing existing technologies and developing the fit-for-purpose solutions that deep geothermal energy presents.
Sessions will address, among other topics, the SET Plan contribution to the Green Deal as a driver of the EU recovery, and more specifically the three main European energy policy initiatives that will be launched this year, namely energy system integration and hydrogen, offshore renewables and the renovation wave.
The event is public, free of charge and designed for any representatives from science and industry, banks and insurance, any actors running, supporting or investing in geothermal projects. The aim is to discuss the results and findings resulted from an intense collaboration within the geothermal energy between science and industry and to embed them in other geothermal research and development projects from Finland, England, the United States and New Zealand.
Join the DESTRESS research project (Demonstration of soft stimulation treatments of geothermal resources) for its final public conference. The aim is to discuss the results and findings resulted from an intense collaboration within the geothermal energy between science and industry and to embed them in other geothermal research and development projects from Finland, England, the United States and New Zealand.
Throughout this conference, international specialists and companies will guide you through innovative and sustainable energy developments. Decision-makers from industry, government and knowledge institutes will be mobilised to realign the industry's vision and trigger transformational change in this new landscape.
15 - 19
The World Renewable Energy Congress (WREC) and Network (WREN) is a non-profit company helping foster the transfer of renewable energy technology from developed countries to developing countries. This congress will be their 30th anniversary.
The World Geothermal Congress (WGC) will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland in May 2021 in the Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre. WGC is finally coming to Iceland, a country that has shown so clearly to the world how renewable energy can power a modern economy in the 21st century. The Icelandic geothermal community has played a vital role in the technological development of geothermal power for the past decades, not only in power generation but also in district heating and direct use.