Geothermal in Baden-Wuerttemberg event, Sept. 30, 2021

Geothermal in Baden-Wuerttemberg event, Sept. 30, 2021 Schlossplatz, Stuttgart, Baden-Wuerttemberg, Germany (source: flickr/ Tom Bastin, creative commons)
Alexander Richter 16 Sep 2021

The Baden-Württemberg Environment Ministry and Freiburg Regional Council invite to a digital information event on geothermal energy in the context of the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany.

A digital information event on deep geothermal energy in the German state of Baden-Württemberg is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm local time. The event is hosted by Baden-Württemberg Ministry of the Environment and the Freiburg Regional Council (RP) and targets to inform interested citizens.

In addition to Baden-Württemberg’s Environment Minister Thekla Walker and Freiburg’s regional president Bärbel Schäfer, experts from the State Office for Geology, Raw Materials and Mining in the RP, the State Research Center for Geothermal Energy and the Competence Center for Energy in the RP provide information on topics relating to deep geothermal energy, which is particularly common in Baden-Württemberg occurs on the Upper Rhine and in Upper Swabia.

The focus is on the technology, the approval process and the safety of the population. Questions from the audience are expressly welcome during the event. If you want to participate, you can register via the Internet using the link

Climate change is perceptible globally and regionally. The people in Baden-Württemberg are confronted with extreme weather events such as droughts and heavy rain. Renewable energies are an important component in countering climate change. The Baden-Württemberg state government has therefore set itself the goal of widespread use of deep geothermal energy as renewable energy in the coalition agreement. For the implementation of the technology, the acceptance of the citizens is essential. With the event, the Freiburg Regional Council would like to make a contribution to educating the population about the technical procedures and the licensing procedures.

Source: RegioTrends