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Industry call for binding Renewable Energy target in 2030 package

PUBLISHED: September 17, 2013

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EGEC policy paper: Financing Geothermal energy

PUBLISHED: July 14, 2013

This paper aims to highlight the main financial barriers to the development of geothermal technologies, and to propose innovative and differentiated tools for funding geothermal heat and geothermal electricity. The document puts forward key recommendations for designing new and improving the functioning of existing public support schemes.

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Green Paper “A 2030 framework for climate and energy policies” EGEC Responses

PUBLISHED: July 2, 2013

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Factsheet on Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS)

PUBLISHED: June 24, 2013

This fact sheet presents the stimulation process to engineer geothermal reservoir (often mistaken for fracking as used in shale gas production).
The document presents the key differences between the resources needed, and the different consequences of the processes used for Enhanced Geothermal Systems and for shale gas.

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The Heat Coalition calls for the 2030 framework for climate and energy policy to adequately address the crucial role of Heating and Cooling

PUBLISHED: March 27, 2013

The debate on the 2030 framework must include heating and cooling stresses the Heat Coalition.

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EGEC Response to EC consultation on energy technologies and innovation

PUBLISHED: March 21, 2013


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Press release: Renewable heating and cooling key to cost-effective decarbonisation

PUBLISHED: January 24, 2013

The European Parliament`s Industry, Research and Energy committee (ITRE) has approved its own initiative report on the Commission’s “Energy Roadmap 2050”. The Parliament calls notably for greater attention to be paid to the heating and cooling sector and highlights how geothermal, together with other renewables and energy efficiency measures, have the potential to decarbonise heat demand in a more cost effective way.

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