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7th GEOLAC event going virtual – learn more about the agenda

GEOLAC panel, Mexico City, 2017 (source: New Energy Events)
Alexander Richter 27 Aug 2020

Learn more about how the 7th edition of the Geothermal Congress for Latin America & the Caribbean (GEOLAC) goes virtual this year with an exciting program and interesting approach on engagement.

Geothermal is abundant across Latin America and the Caribbean but the potential is yet to translate into investment and output. In a post-Covid, fiscally challenged environment, can geothermal stake its claim as a provider of firm and flexible power to Latin America and the Caribbean? Where are bright spots in the region and which countries are making headway? What do we need to do to persuade other big users of big power across the region – the mining sector, for example – to look more closely at geothermal?

The Geothermal Congress for Latin  America & the Caribbean (GEOLAC) now in its 7th edition will be held in virtual format today and the organisers have share details on how the event will look like. It will take place September 15-17, 2020.

“We’re putting together an all-singing, all-dancing industry event which enables deep insights, robust networking and simultaneous translation.” says Matthew Perks of New Energy Events.

Agenda format

 

All sessions are designed with audience participation in mind – this is your opportunity to pitch questions and get answers directly from senior geothermal decision makers.

GEOLAC also invites attendees to get a quick download of key information with on-demand Expert Corner Videos, try Flash Networking to quickly connect with other delegates or visit the Pavilion for live demos and chats with the event sponsors.

The program itself is providing a broad spectrum of current topics on geothermal development, opportunities and challenges, case studies etc.

For more see the full agenda released for the event,

Source: GEOLAC event website