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Der Geothermiekongress 2023 - The German Geothermal Congress
The German Geothermal Energy Association (BVG) invites you to the Haus der Technik in Essen from 17 to 19 October 2023 and is pleased to announce another expanded, practice-oriented programme. More than 200 lectures and posters await the attendees of the leading national geothermal event. In particular, the congress will offer municipal utilities practical knowledge and contacts with a workshop specialising in the municipal heat turnaround and an information booth of the authorities in North Rhine-Westphalia.
After a very successful European Geothermal Congress 2022 in Berlin and two Digital Geothermal Congresses, this year's annual congress will again take place on site as usual. This year, the Haus der Technik in Essen will once again facilitate knowledge exchange and networking for the German and international geothermal sector.
Public utilities and municipal energy suppliers can register for a workshop on municipal heat planning with geothermal energy on Thursday, the workshop day of the congress.In addition to basic presentations on how to use shallow, medium-depth or deep geothermal energy in the municipal heating mix, there will also be an opportunity to take advantage of advice at the joint stand of the North Rhine-Westphalian specialist authorities Geological Survey, the State Office for Nature, the Environment and Consumer Protection and the Arnsberg District Government, as well as NRW.Energy4Climate and the North Rhine-Westphalian Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection, throughout the congress, and to explore regional geothermal potential and funding opportunities directly.
Learning from each other and working together will also be the focus of the diverse sessions on near-surface, medium-depth and deep geothermal energy, which will be offered in four parallel lecture strands on Tuesday and Wednesday. In addition to German-language sessions, there will also be English-language sessions to cater for the increasingly international audience.
This year's focus is on the Nordic partner countries Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, which will present their geological characteristics and their solutions for the future energy market. Whether long-standing experience with high-temperature geothermal energy from Iceland, novel district heating concepts from Denmark or the widespread use of near-surface geothermal energy as in Sweden, the Nordic countries are taking a very natural approach to geothermal energy use.
Tuesday, 17. October 2023 - Thursday, 19. October 2023 (Localtime)
Location: Essen, Germanylink to event calendar entry
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