ThinkGeoEnergy wishes happy holidays and all the best for the new year
ThinkGeoEnergy wishes you and your family a happy holiday season and all the best for the New Year.
ThinkGeoEnergy wishes you and your families all the best for the holiday season and a happy new geothermal year.
The site will be taking a break and will convene with news reporting in the new year, with the next newsletter to be sent again to our subscribers in the second week of January.
We are ending another year – actually the 11th full year of operations – for ThinkGeoEnergy. With a challenging start into the year, I started efforts to rethink some strategic elements of the site, its offerings, funding and business model. This got off to a great start, and despite some delays, the site is on track to slowly release some new things and adapt some elements on how we work.
Our recent reader survey, with more than 300 of our readers answering, provides some incredibly useful insights that will help us in the work for 2020 and beyond.
The feedback within the survey is absolutely overwhelming and I am grateful for the many positive statements on ThinkGeoEnergy, its value for you and your companies and for the wider geothermal community.
Thank you. As promised, I will share a global geothermal market overview with the individuals that provided their email addresses. Some shorter overview will though also be posted on the site.
As in previous years, we will provide additional articles with a look back on the year 2019 soon in January. By then we will also share more details on the things you can expect from us on ThinkGeoEnergy, but also our other publications of JeotermalHaberler and PiensaGeotermia.
2020 will be an exciting year for the geothermal energy community. The World Geothermal Congress taking place in Reykjavik, Iceland, the home of ThinkGeoEnergy. So there will be lots to prepare and work on. But I am looking forward welcoming you to Iceland with the Icelandic geothermal community. We will be again publishing a newspaper to be distributed at the event, will be doing on-site video interviews and much more. If you want to engage with us on this, book an advertisement with ThinkGeoEnergy or support us in another fashion, please reach out.
All the best for the new year and for our readers that celebrate Christmas, a merry holiday season.
Alexander Richter, founder & editor of ThinkGeoEnergy