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Happy Holidays and best wishes for the new year

Hellisheidi geothermal power plant, Iceland (source: flickr/ Jon Ragnarsson, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 19 Dec 2013

ThinkGeoEnergy wishes its readers and their families happy holidays and best wishes for the new year. Thank you for your support in 2013 and we are looking forward working with you in 2014.

Another exciting year for ThinkGeoEnergy comes to an end and we want to take the opportunity to thank you for your continued support in bringing you up-to-date and focused news on the global geothermal power and large scale direct use sector.

We wish you and your families happy holidays and a prosperous New Year. For the continuing success of geothermal energy development.

ThinkGeoEnergy will take a break until the new year and we will return in January bringing you news as they happen.

More than 150,000 visits from 211 countries prove that we continue to be the industry’s choice of news on global geothermal development.

In 2013, we have finally published our first magazine, the Think GEOENERGY Magazine. We are working on Issue 2, which will be released in March of 2014. There is also more to come, so stay tuned.

We would like to thank all the people who have been helping us over the past year, be it through their comments, articles sent in, pictures sent or generally their help in running ThinkGeoEnergy.

So all of you based in the Philippines, Chile, Iceland, U.S., Australia, Germany and Switzerland that have helped me over the years, I appreciate your support and for 2014 “keep it coming”. You are friends who continue to be a constant resource of inspiration. Thank you.

The site also lives from the support of companies and so I am particularly grateful for the support of the companies advertising on the site and the magazine, among them Scientific Drilling International that also brings you the weekly newsletter, GeothermEx, ISOR, Verkís, Mannvit, Technip, GeoPower Events, GeoT Engineering, Turboden, GNS Science, Geothermal New Zealand, Siemens, Sinclair Knight Merz, Power Engineers, TAS Energy and many more.

Thank you.

The site also had to deal with technical difficulties, including a huge hacker attack again, which crashed our servers for a 3 week period on a constant basis. We apologize for this.

For 2014, we expect to continue to innovate and add further elements to the site.

Stay tuned.

All the best to you, your families and continuing success to your companies’ activities.

Alexander Richter/ ThinkGeoEnergy