EGC 2016 is a unique opportunity for the entire geothermal community to come together and to learn, finding new ways to progress. Organised every 3 years, EGC is the largest geothermal event in Europe. It is a week of varied events designed to appeal and support and develop everyone working in the field, both in and outside the continent.
DEEPEGS project was accepted with the paper on “Deployment of Deep Enhanced Geothermal Systems for sustainable energy business”. Oral presentation will be given at the conference in Strasbourg upcoming September 2016 and preparation is in progress.
The paper is available under the following link: DEPLOYMENT OF DEEP ENHANCED GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS FOR SUSTAINABLE ENERGY BUSINESS
DEEPEGS is supported by the European Union’s HORIZON 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 690771
The DEEPEGS office team (Hjalti P. Ingólfsson and Alicja W. Stokƚosa) would like to thank all partners for their active and flexible participation in writing the paper: G.O. Fridleifsson, S.G. Bogason, P. Vergnes, I.Ö. Thorbjörnsson, M. Peter-Borie, T. Kohl, T. Edelmann, R. Bertani, S. Sæther, B.Palsson