3rd UK Deep Geothermal Symposium, Oct 22, 2013 in London

Burlington House, Piccadily, London, UK (source: flickr/ wallyg, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 4 Oct 2013

The 3rd UK Deep Geothermal Symposium will take place in London on October 22, 2013 showcasing the status of the current status of geothermal in the UK and review international development.

For now the third time, the UK Deep Geothermal Symposium will take place in London, UK October 22, 2013.

The event, called: “Geothermal’s Hot: Emerging Opportunities in the UK”, will look at the current status of geothermal in the UK.

“Does this Government still care about deep geothermal as a clean energy technology?  Yes, we do….although we weren’t able to set a higher band in the RO, I do want to do more for deep geothermal power.”  Rt Hon Greg Barker, MP and Secretary of State for Climate Change, 2nd Deep Geothermal Symposium, 15 October 2012.

The 2013 Deep Geothermal Symposium is aimed at raising further awareness of the potential in the UK for this huge clean energy resource and its use as a renewable source of heat and electricity.

We are delighted to have Sir Tim Smit of The Eden Project speaking, as well as contributions throughout the afternoon from speakers in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.  The event will showcase what is going on in the UK, review the latest developments in Europe and East Africa and answer the questions that need to be asked about how to make the most of this British technology and energy source.

Venue: The Geological Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BG

On: Tuesday 22 October 2013 from 1.30pm – 7.00pm

followed by Networking, Drinks and Canapés

Conference Website