Journées romande de la géothermie, Geneva/ Switzerland – 29-30 Jan. 2018
The Swiss Information Center of Geothermal organizes its traditional congress, the Journée Romande de la Géothermie in Geneva/ Switzerland - January 29-30, 2018.
As every year, the Swiss Information Center of Geothermal Switzerland organizes its traditional congress, the Journée Romande de la Géothermie. The event provides an ideal opportunity to learn about geothermal projects in Switzerland and our neighbors. In the same week, the European Conference on the Energy Transition (les Assises européennes de la transition ernégétique), an international summit of all actors in the renewable energy sector, meets in Geneva. That’s why we postponed the Journée Romande, which usually takes place in the fall. All the more so, as Geothermie Switzerland will be represented at the summit meeting with a workshop.
The first day of the Journée Romande is international. The Presidents of the French, the German and the Swiss Geothermal Association are also present. An opportunity to deal with various aspects of geothermal energy – including legislation. The topic of project management will also be discussed using examples from the three countries.
The morning of the second day focuses on Switzerland. Above all, our speakers will deal with the further development of Swiss projects and technological progress.
The Journée Romande is also a great opportunity to nurture and expand its network. Take the opportunity to make new contacts in beautiful surroundings. The Journée Romande is a guest of the services Industriels de Genève (SIG). We are convinced that the event will be rich in exchange, networking and discovery.
Day 1 – 29th January 2018 – 8 h 30 min – 16 h 30 min
- Comparison of framework conditions and presentation of flagship projects in Switzerland, France and Germany
- Phases of project management
Day 2 – 30th January 2018 – 8 h 30 min – 13 h 30 min
- Impact of ES2050 on projects in French-speaking Switzerland
- Presentation of the development of projects in Romandie
Source: Pac Info