Less than 4 months away – World Geothermal Congress 2020 in Reykjavik, Iceland

Less than 4 months away – World Geothermal Congress 2020 in Reykjavik, Iceland WGC 2020 - Early Bird Banner
Alexander Richter 10 Jan 2020

For the upcoming World Geothermal Congress 2020, April 27 to May 1, 2020 - early bird registration options are running out on January 15, 2020. So make sure to register in time to save some money for the trip.

The World Geothermal Congress 2020, hosted jointly by the International Geothermal Association and Iceland Geothermal Cluster Initiative, will be held in Reykjavik, Iceland in the Spring of 2020. With the opening ceremony of the five-day congress set for 27 April anticipation is mounting for what is billed the organisers as the „Largest geothermal conference ever“. Attracting an audience of geothermal professionals and stakeholders from both established and emerging geothermal countries, the WGC has been in the past been the one geothermal event with a truly global impact. Expecting a surge in registrations before the early bird discount runs out on 15 January 2020 – WGC 2020 Organisers say they are expecting the event to be sold out by early spring with an anticipated 3,000 delegates from all over the world coming to Reykjavik.

WGC 2020 Registration Website

The World Geothermal Congress is a unique platform which attracts a global audience of decision makers in the geothermal world. The event brings professionals from all aspects of geothermal utilisation together with industry leaders and key stakeholders both from established and emerging geothermal countries as well as government officials and international financial institutions.

WGC will bring together more than 3,000 delegates attending from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas, sharing their experience and vision for our industry and shaping the direction of geothermal for decades to come. The delegates will have a unique opportunity to see first-hand how Iceland became a global leader in geothermal utilization during short field trips in the evenings or longer excursions to the islands many geothermal areas. Hopefully they will go home to their respective countries ready to take the next step towards implementing sustainable energy solutions based on their own geothermal resources.

Further details about the program and all the different side events, field trips etc. see the conference website.