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UNU GTP geothermal exploration short course in Kenya, Oct.29-Nov.19,2010

Flamingos at hot spring, Lake Bogoria, Kenya (source: flickr/ Pentera, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 10 Sep 2010

The United Nations University Geothermal Training Programme (UNU-GTP) in Iceland, Geothermal Development Company, Kenya (GDC) and Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) will be hosting "Short Course V on exploration for geothermal resources", to be held at Lake Bogoria Hotel and at Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 29 October-19 November 2010.

The United Nations University Geothermal Training Programme (UNU-GTP) in Iceland, Geothermal Development Company, Kenya (GDC) and Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen) will be hosting “Short Course V on exploration for geothermal resources”, to be held at Lake Bogoria Hotel and at Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 29 October-19 November 2010.

Participation in the course is by invitation only. The short course is mainly aimed at young professionals from East Africa with a diploma or a degree in chemistry, physics, geology (earth sciences) or engineering, who have been actively involved in geothermal research in their home country or are potential candidates for that in the near future.

Organization is in the hands of:

  • Ludvik S. Georgsson, Deputy Director, UNU-GTP, lsg@os.is
  • Cornel Ofwona, Manager, GDC (cofwona@gdc.co.ke)
  • Nicholas Mariita, Chief Geothermal Training Officer, KenGen, nmariita@kengen.co.ke

Website of the UNU Geothermal Training Program: www.unugtp.is

Source: UNU GTP