Invitation: July 29th Presentation on “The Global Geothermal Challenge” in Melbourne, Australia
Invitation to a presentation on the Global Geothermal Challenge, Wednesday July 29th at 4 pm at the offices of 3D GEO at 114 Flinders Street (Level 5) in Melbourne's CBD, Australia.
It is a great pleasure for me to extend this invitation to a presentation on behalf of the Foundation for Geothermal Innovation.
The Global Geothermal Challenge
Please join us on Wednesday July 29th at 4 pm at the offices of 3D GEO at 114 Flinders Street (Level 5) in Melbourne’s CBD for a presentation on the Global Geothermal Challenge.
Prize creator and Executive Director of the Foundation for Geothermal Innovation will present an overview of the Challenge, a short Q & A will follow.
Endorsed by industry leaders like GRC, GEA and Google.org, it is also supported by the Australian contingency of the International Global Partnership for Technology, this project seeks to accelerate innovation and attention to “the forgotten renewable”. High temperature hydrothermal resources, and the commercialization of EGS is dependent on a robust down hole pump. In creating a global competition, innovation and lateral technology transfer will be focused on this discrete problem facing geothermal. Accomplishments to date include; technical analysis and validation as well as a market analysis. These findings have been published in a report following The Lemelson Meeting held in conjunction with the Stanford Geothermal Conference.
This talk is informal and largely non-technical. It is open to all.
Lawrence Molloy, Executive Director
The Foundation for Geothermal Innovation