Webinar – Hungary’s interactive geothermal platform, May 7, 2021
Learn more about the interesting interactive geothermal information platform for Hungary in the next IGC.events Webinar on May 7, 2021.
The next IGC.events Webinar will feature how Hungary’s first interactive geothermal information platform can help unlock the geothermal potential in the Pannonian Basin. We recently reported on the launch of the English version of the map. The map can be accessed here.
- Date: Friday, May 7, 2021
- Time: 14:00 to 14:30 CEST
The presentation this week will be given by Dr. Annamária Nádor, of the Mining and Geological Survey of Hungary.
Hungary has been an interesting country to follow in terms of geothermal energy development. From the use of geothermal waters for bathing in Roman times, to the touristic geothermal baths in the country’s capital Budapest, there has also been a lot of development in the use of geothermal energy for district heating.
Private and public operators are today supplying heat to homes and businesses with great impact on the local economies. A geothermal power plant started operations in 2017 and recently we reported on a new project that is using a closed-loop system for extracting geothermal heat.
There are still a lot of untapped opportunities for geothermal development in Hungary, last but not least to a wealth of information available due to oil and gas exploration in the country.
So don’t miss the webinar on – Hungary’s first interactive geothermal information platform – unlocking the potential in the Pannoninan basin.