geothermal energy

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The first webinar has been recorded on May 16th, 2019 and it was followed by more than 100 people. The webinar presented the preliminary results of the GEOENVI project, which is working since November 2018. It has also been open to inputs and questions by participants, which were welcome to provide their perspective or comment on the methodology of the project.   Presentations:
Post date: 14 paź 2019
Type: Aktualności

The GEOENVI project aims at answering environmental concerns in terms of both impacts and risks, by first setting an adapted methodology for assessing environment impacts to the project developers, and by assessing the environmental impacts and risks of geothermal projects operational or in development in Europe. The project will propose recommendations on harmonised European environmental regulations to the decision-makers and elaborate simplified LCA models to assess environmental impacts.  
Post date: 14 paź 2019
Type: Odnośnik

The GRETA project aims at demonstrating the potential of shallow geothermal energy in the Alpine Space. This kind of tools helps fostering the integration of this technology into future energy plans at different administrative levels.  
Post date: 3 gru 2018
Type: Publication

ACI’s 6th Global Geothermal Energy Summit will return to Amsterdam, the Netherlands. With the Dutch governments ambitious plans to have all residential buildings to be off gas in 2050, geothermal energy has an important part to play in this transition. The conference will give the latest updates on the global geothermal energy market and its new developments. Showcasing new techniques and technologies that are paving the way for the sector and expanding the geographical regions where exploration can take place.
Post date: 13 wrz 2018
Type: Termin

REGISTRATION INFO: FREE EVENT, upon registration >> REGISTER HERE Register before 1 October 2018 Confirm at registration whether attending in person, or via the Webinar link (provided upon registration). ​WHEN: 17 October 2018 , 8:30-18:30 CEST
Post date: 27 sie 2018
Type: Termin

A Trinomics led consortium, on behalf of The European Commission, will be delivering a conference in Brussels on 20 September 2018 on geothermal renewable energy research, development and technologies. The complimentary conference will provide insights into the impacts of R&D funded through the EU Framework Programmes for Research and Innovation; including providing access to the Geothermal Renewable Energy R&D Impact Report and an opportunity to influence the recommendations to increase future R&D impacts.
Post date: 18 lip 2018
Type: Termin

  Building Summary Location Woffenbacher Str. 33, 92318 Neumarkt Building Owner Landkreis Neumarkt Architect Berschneider + Berschneider GmbH Coordination Berschneider + Berschneider GmbH (ARGE NB WGG) HVAC planer EGS-plan (LPH 1-4); IB Hauer & Partner (LPH 5-8) Monitoring
Post date: 10 paź 2017
Type: Sprawa

HybridGEOTABS Symposium on Advanced Thermal Energy Solutions for High Performance Buildings   On Wednesday 4 October, the hybridGEOTABS consortium is organizing a Symposium on Advanced Thermal Energy Solutions for High Performance Buildings at Solarwind headquarters in Windhof, Luxembourg.
Post date: 25 wrz 2017
Type: Termin

The Horizon 2020 funded project GEOCOND (Advanced materials and processes to improve performance and cost-efficiency of Shallow Geothermal systems and Underground Thermal Storage) will develop solutions to increase the thermal performance of the different subsystems configuring Shallow Geothermal Energy Systems (SGES) and Underground Thermal Energy Storage (UTES), combining different material solutions under the umbrella of sophisticated engineering, optimisation, testing and on-site validation.
Post date: 15 sie 2017
Type: Odnośnik

The City of Stuttgart plans to implement a geothermal system into a new tunnel (Rosensteintunnel) in the vicinity of the city’s zoo “Wilhelma”. The geothermal heat and the waste heat of the traffic shall be used to heat one of the new buildings, i.e. the elephant house. At the same time the operation technology of the tunnel shall be cooled. The city will receive € 270,000 from the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Protection, Building and Reactor Safety.
Post date: 7 sie 2017
Type: Aktualności