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2-day Geothermal Workshop, Reykjavik/ Iceland, Nov. 24-25, 2016

Landsvirkjun's geothermal power plant at Krafla, Iceland (source: flickr/ thinkgeoenergy, creative commons)
Alexander Richter Alexander Richter 26 Aug 2016

Icelandic Geothermal Research Group (GEORG) is hosting a two-day workshop on geothermal science, technology and innovation. The event will take place Nov. 24-25, 2016 in Reykjavik, Iceland.

In a celebration of its successful seven years of operation, the Icelandic Geothermal Research Group (GEORG) is hosting a two-day workshop on geothermal science, technology and innovation.  The aim of the workshop is to display the achievements and knowledge gathered the past seven years as well as giving the tone for new developments and possible further achievements in the near future.

The workshop will provide a unique chance to share and experience the latest development, findings and opportunity in geothermal research and technical developments in Iceland.  It will gather speakers from different disciplinary and backgrounds, combining industry and academia, for informative and ambitious knowledge exchange.

The workshop will take place in Reykjavik, Iceland, Nov. 24-25, 2016

The Workshop’s themes are:

  • Upstream – Nature of the resource (heat sources & volcanos, exploration and modelling)
  • Midstream – Harnessing & production (production technology, power cycles, well design)
  • Downstream – Diversified utilization (cascaded use, industrial applications, waste to value)

It will though also discuss cross cutting topics, such as sustainability, social benefits and innovation.

More details via Conference Website