Registration is now open for the Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Days!


  • PUBLISHED: June 28, 2024

Join us in Paris from 9 to 11 September 2024 at the Sorbonne University, for three days of geothermal innovation. You can attend this event by registering before 29 August 2024.

By registering, you will have access to a one-day conference, workshops, poster sessions, networking opportunities, an exclusive dinner and a field trip to a cutting-edge geothermal project. Join the circle of influence in the heating and cooling sector and network with key players in the field.

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Registration Deadline: 29 August 2024

Discover the Preliminary Agenda

This event promises to be an enriching conference and will offer different experiences for all delegates. The preliminary programme is now available, highlighting an impressive lineup of sessions and speakers from various sectors of the geothermal energy industry.

Paris, the host city of the 2024 Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Days Edition!

Paris, renowned for its innovative energy solutions, is set to host the highly anticipated District Heating and Cooling Days event. This premier gathering will bring together experts from the geothermal energy sector to exchange knowledge, foster collaborations, and explore market growth opportunities.

Location of the Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Days 2024.

About the Event

The Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Days 2024 is organised by the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC), in collaboration with the host organisation the French Association of Geothermal Professionals (AFPG) and supported by SAPHEA & COST action.

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Join us in Paris as we shape the future of district heating and cooling together. Your contribution is vital to the development of this rapidly evolving field.

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