About ThinkGeoEnergy

Calpine plant at The Geysers, California (source: ThinkGeoEnergy)

 

Background

In 2008, ThinkGeoEnergy was launched as a website blogging about news from the global geothermal energy industry. We have since established the site as the leading geothermal news website and network.

ThinkGeoEnergy provides industry news coverage, industry research, a global geothermal power plant map and weekly newsletters for subscribers.

In 2012, we launched a Spanish news service under the brand of PiensaGeotermia. The site has established itself as the sole news website dedicated to the Spanish-speaking geothermal world.

In 2013, we launched the Think GEOENERGY Magazine, a paper publication that was to provide a promotional tool to the industry. We are now working on establishing the magazine online and integrate it into the ThinkGeoEnergy website.

We continue developing the site and are working on a number of additions, including industry research coverage, a company directory, a tender platform, educational elements and more.

We are also planning additional localized versions of ThinkGeoEnergy in different languages.

ThinkGeoEnergy also acts as advisory firm working for international corporate clients on research, strategic and marketing related activities.

Team

AlexRichter_80x80Alexander Richter | Founder & Principal

Alexander Richter founded ThinkGeoEnergy in 2008. He is a Director on the Board of the International Geothermal Association (IGA) and Director-at-Large on the Board of the Canadian Geothermal Energy Association (CanGEA), and has been a spokesperson for geothermal energy at many of the major geothermal and renewable energy events internationally. Before establishing ThinkGeoEnergy, he was a founding member of the first and only geothermal energy focused investment-banking team at Icelandic bank Glitnir (now Íslandsbanki). There he was leading the team’s research efforts and worked on business development with clients globally from 2005 to 2011.

 

FranciscoRojasFrancisco Rojas | Editor & Analyst

Francisco Rojas re-joined ThinkGeoEnergy in May 2014 after already working with us as an intern for four months last year. Francisco has a strong background in international business research and has already proven to be a great addition to the team. His focus is on news coverage, research and business development.

 

Advisory Board

We will provide details about our advisory board soon.

 

Testimonials

“ThinkGeoEnergy is the premier resource for accurate, timely, and up-to-date geothermal status updates on current global geothermal companies, news, and events.  It has positively impacted my business development activities, and I not only devour each issue, but count on the data for planning and keeping my corporate leadership informed.  Thank you.”, Halley Dickey, Director Geothermal Business Development, TAS Energy, United States

“Think GeoEnergy provides us since they went online as a unique source of information with very recent and always important news around the Global Geothermal Market. ThinkGeoEnergy addresses the major stakeholders in this emerging industry as there are Investors, project developers, geological and engineering consultants and the important executing companies for reservoir development (drilling and stimulation) and power plants.

Advertising on Think GeoEnergy is of course not only important but necessary for us as being present on this major platform where all participants in the Geothermal Industry are brought together will offer us interesting and promising contacts to bring our own Geothermal Business strictly forward.”, Jörg Uhde, Head of Geothermal, Axpo AG, Switzerland

 

Social media elements

LinkedIn: ThinkGeoEnergy maintains a business network with various features and more via this business network website.

Facebook: ThinkGeoEnergy has its own site Facebook page, make sure to “Like us” to follow us on this platform.

Twitter: As this site is one of the social media tools for news and more ThinkGeoEnergy also maintains a presence with the site’s news and more.

Flickr: ThinkGeoEnergy posts pictures from events, plants and more, to provide your own pics to the community post them via the ThinkGeoEnergy Group.

YouTube: ThinkGeoEnergy tries to collect and tape videos at events, plants etc. Hook up there and connect if you see some good videos interesting to the community.

Slideshare: This site provides presentations and documents. Without own presentations as of now, use the link to see ThinkGeoEnergy’s favorites on the site.

ISSUU: This website is more a document repository for good design, magazines and more. ThinkGeoEnergy is here as well and will use this site to post documents of interest.