IGC 2015 March 4-5, 2015, Offenburg, Germany – Program and early bird offer
The 11th International Geothermal Conference (IGC) will take place this year in conjunction with the GeoTHERM Geothermal Energy Expo in Offenburg, Germany March 4-5, 2015. Featured will also be an Upper Rhine Forum and Field Trip.
The annual International Geothermal Conference (IGC) having so far taken place in Freiburg, Germany, will this year take place in conjunction with the annual GeoTHERM geothermal energy expo in Offenburg, Germany March 4-5, 2015.
With the early bird rates deadline on Monday, December 15, 2014, Enerchange, the organising company, has now released the preliminary program.
The conference will feature six key focus themes:
- Exploration and risk minimisation
- High efficiency pumps in geothermal
- Perspectives for the use of geothermal energy
- Development and opportunities for geothermal in Turkey
- Operational experience with geothermal power plants
- Cost control for geothermal drilling.
On March 5, 2015 the fourth Tri-National Upper Rhein Forum will take place as part of the conference, held by TRION-climate in cooperation with Enerchange. The Forum will be free to attend and attracted more than 100 participants from the three neighbouring countries, France, Germany and Switzerland, particularly many French participants. There will also be offered an excursion to the Bruchsal geothermal plant.
The speaker list of the upcoming IGC 2015, features an interesting and international mix with experts from business, technology and politics. The following is a list of confirmed speakers so far.
- Adonai Herrera-Martínez, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
- Nathalie Andenmatten, Kanton Genf
- Christoph Harden, Harden Schaden Support
- Péter Tóth, Pannergy
- Daniel Mölk, Steag
- Toni Vetrano, Stadt Kehl
- Alain Jund, Communauté urbaine de Strasbourg
To register with the early bird rate, available until December 15, 2014, visit the website: http://www.geothermiekonferenz.de/en