The Geothermal Congress DGK 2018 will take place in the ‘Haus der Technik’ in Essen from November 27th to 29th. It is hosted by the German Geothermal Association (BVG) and is one of the most important conferences on geothermal energy. With more than 100 lectures scientists and practitioners will present and discuss the latest technological developments. The Congress includes the whole range of geothermal systems and technologies for shallow and deep geothermal energy.
Due to more international attention the conference will contain an English track of sessions on 27th and 28th November. Additionally, this year’s partner country Denmark will be introduced in a special workshop on the 27th November.
The IGC Island States aims to gather local representatives and international experts of the geothermal sector together to trigger geothermal energy development and facilitate the exchange of experiences and know how to use the potential of geothermal.
- Venue & Date: Terceira – Conference Center – 15-16 May 2019
- Format: One-to-one meeting and field trip. A business reception attached either prior or on the first day provides perfect networking opportunities.
- Topics: Focus on geothermal development on island states, including resource establishment, exploration, plant technology and social and environmental impact assessment.
The event will feature workshops, a field trip to the 4 MW Pico Alto geothermal power plant, built by Exergy and CME on a turn-key basis, including engineering & construction of gathering systems, air cooled ORC unit equipped with Exergy Radial Outflow Turbine
The largest geothermal congress in Europe
The European Geothermal Congress is the event which brings together the entire European geothermal sector and attracts many from outside the continent. What makes the conference unique is both its diversity – it provides a varied public with a range of different events -, and its size – it is the largest geothermal congress in Europe