The city of Aarhus in Denmark has been selected as the host city for the event, recognized as a European hot spot in the field of district heating
The Geothermal Days will take place in Aarhus, Denmark, from September Tuesday 19th to Thursday 21st. The first day will consist of an international free workshop held in the Tuesday afternoon on Business and financing models for geothermal energy-supplied heating (and cooling) networks in Europe. Admission to this workshop is free, but registration is mandatory. Please find the registration link below.
On the Wednesday 20th, there will be a full day of conference sessions, including dinner, which costs 100 euros. Seats are limited. Lastly, on the Thursday 21st, a field trip will be organized, with a cost of 40 euros and limited spots available. Please find the ticket purchase link below.
|19th of September 2023 – Afternoon
International workshop: Business and financing models for geothermal energy supplied heating (and cooling) networks in Europe
Date: 19 September 2023, 13:00 – 18:30
Location: VIA University College – Campus Aarhus C, Ceresbyen 24, 8000 Aarhus // The workshop and conference takes place in auditorie C1.42 at VIA (in the C building)
Fee: Participation at the workshop is free of cost for visitors of the Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Day Event
This workshop, jointly organized by the EU-Horizon Action “SAPHEA” (www.saphea.eu), the EU COST Action “Geothermal-DHC” (www.geothermal-dhc.eu) and VIA University college (Aarhus, DK) will address key questions related to make investments into geothermal energy solutions in heating (and cooling) networks more attractive, such as:
The workshop aims to learn from good practices across Europe and transfer ideas and solutions between the industry, municipalities and research in different European regions. Learn from the different approaches and further develop replicable and systematic concepts for future business models, which meet current legal and financial challenges.
Please, send the application form to Consuelo Serrano, at firstname.lastname@example.org