Geothermal-DHC supports the 2nd European Energy Storage Workshop with a session on Underground Thermal Energy Storage Systems
CA18219 - Geothermal DHC supported the European Geothermal PhD days 2023 with a dedicated session on technical and social aspects of geothermal DHC networks
4-year young researcher position in geothermal at GeoZS with topic: The influence of hydrogeological and geothermal factors on the possibility of storing heat under the Earth's surface, supervised by Assist. Prof. Nina Rman, within the programme group P1-0020 Groundwaters and geochemistry.
International Summer School in Thermogeology, taking place from 3rd to 8th July 2023 in Ljubljana / Slovenia
INFO-GEOTHERMAL project & COST Action CA18219 Geothermal-DHC present the Summer School 2023 on "Advances in developing geothermal resources for heating, cooling and electricity production"
Take your chance and support the objectives of our COST Action and your work!
Application is open until 30th of April 2022, 5pm CEST
Dr. M.Bloemendal1,2, Prof. Dr. P.J.Vardon1 1Delft University of Technology 2KWR water research institute
“Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Renewable district heating and cooling systems, using geothermal resources”
The District Heating Company of Szeged (SZETÁV) supplies 27,256 apartments and 433 non-residential end-users with heating and domestic hot water. Since 2018, SZETÁV and its partners have been carrying out Europe's largest geothermal district heating project. The result of the project will be a 60% less polluting, more economically operating system that relies on local energy sources.