Europe is the first continent that has decided to go carbon-neutral by 2050. Developing all renewable energy sources is an essential path to reach this objective.
EGEC Goethermal and 8 other associations signed a joint position on innovative technologies in the RED III.
The second exceptional nominee for the Ruggero Bertani European Geothermal Innovation Awards 2021 is the “Multidrains boreholes in France: an innovative design for deep geothermal development”. This project, developed by ENGIE Solutions and built with Antea Group and other partners, can almost double the productivity of a geothermal reservoir.
AIMEN Technology Center has been selected as one of the six exceptional nominees of the Ruggero Bertani European Geothermal Innovation Awards 2021 with the “Corrosion monitoring probe for geothermal facilities” project.
In Spring 2021 EGEC will announce the final winner among the six endorsed nominations for the Ruggero Bertani European Geothermal Innovation Award 2021.
EGEC Geothermal and the German Geothermal Association (BVG) are pleased to announce that the 2022 edition of the European Geothermal Congress (EGC) will be held on 17th -21st October 2022 at the Berlin Congress Centre (bcc) in Berlin, Germany.
EGEC together with 117 Members of the European Parliament, trade associations, companies and civil society came together to send a strong signal to the European Commission that "Non-renewable and low-carbon fuels, including so-called ‘low carbon’ fossil fuels, should not be included in any provision under the Renewable Energy Directive nor should they count towards the EU’s binding 2030 renewable energy target.
Fossil methane does not have a role in the EU’s Sustainable Finance Taxonomy Regulation.