CDGP – Data Center for Deep Geothermal Energy releases first data on Alsace

Snapshot of CDGP website
Alexander Richter 9 Mar 2018

CDGP - Data Center for Deep Geothermal Energy in Strasbourg/ France has released first data sets of deep geothermal energy for the Alsace region in France.

CDGP – Data Center for Deep Geothermal Energy, part of the LabEx G-EAU-THERMIE PROFONDE is a research program on deep geothermal energy founded by the French Ministry of Research and Education in the framework of the “Laboratories of Excellence” initiative.

CDGP is set to archive the high quality data collected in the Upper Rhine Graben geothermal sites and to distribute them to the scientific community for R&D activities, taking Intellectual Property Rights into account.

CDGP is part of EPOS-IP Anthropogenic Hazards and provides Episodes. An Episode is a comprehensive data description of a geophysical (e.g. deformation) process, induced or triggered by technological activity, which under certain circumstances can become hazardous for people, infrastructure and environment.

It has now distributed the first data of deep geothermal energy resources in the Alsace region, France.

Source: Data Center for Deep Geothermal via LinkedIn