8th European Geothermal Workshop – Online – 7-8 October 2020

8th European Geothermal Workshop – Online – 7-8 October 2020 EGW2020 Workshop banner
Alexander Richter 8 Jun 2020

This year's European Geothermal Workshop EGW2020 by French collaboration LabEx G-eau-thermie profonde in partnership with Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and EERA will take place online, 7-8 October 2020.

The European Geothermal Workshop is a research-focused venue for students, scientists, and industry members to discuss new approaches, methods, and data pertaining to geothermal reservoirs, geothermal energy exploitation, and related topics. 

The workshop will take place over two days 7 and 8 October 2020.

The organisers have announced that registration and abstract submission for the 8th European Geothermal Workshop is now open!

Owing to the extraordinary circumstances of the Covid-19 pandemic, EGW 2020 will be an entirely online event and we are excited to invite the geothermal community to take part in this exciting online experiment.

Please read the information below for details about how this conference will be operated.

This year’s workshop will feature:

Keynote speeches delivered by experienced researchers presenting cutting-edge practices, current research priorities, and the state of the art of specific topics relevant to the geothermal sector. Keynote speeches will be delivered via 45-minute video presentations, with 15 minutes for questions.

8 sessions centered around the European Energy Research Alliance’s Geothermal Sub-programmes:

  • Assessment of Geothermal Resources
  • Exploration of Geothermal Reservoirs
  • Construction of Geothermal Wells
  • Resource Development
  • Energy Conversion Systems
  • Operation of Geothermal Systems
  • Sustainability, Environment and Regulatory Framework
  • Computing and Data Management

All accepted submissions will be given equal display/discussion time during the workshop, please see the website (link below).

For more information on scheduling, please consult the Workshop program,

Source: EGW2020 – website