IEA Geothermal Heat and Power Roadmap
The International Energy Agency published an overview on its “Geothermal Heat and Power Roadmap” a few years ago that it is still worth revisiting today.
In a now a bit dated overview document, the International Energy Agency published an overview on its “Geothermal Heat and Power Roadmap”.
The document, while a bit old, provides a rather good overview on where geothermal energy development could go. This with the different technologies and their development gives a great outlook and what are the expectations for the industry. It also shows that the industry is lagging behind ambitions R&D targets regarding co-produced fluids and super-critical fluids.
Overall an interesting overview, that also shows a development potential of up to 200,000 MW in installed power generation capacity by 2050 and 566,000 MW for geothermal heat capacity by 2050.
To see the overview, please click on the following link