6th June, Pisa, Italy
The final ThermoMap Conference was held alongside EGC2013 on the 6th June. The agenda and presentations can be viewed on the presentations page
The final conference of the ThermoMap project will be held on the 6th June in Pisa, Italy.
If you are interested in very shallow geothermal energy and the ThermoMap project, this will be a good opportunity to find out about the project results and to hear what the future holds.
The conference is free to attend and refreshments (including lunch) will be provided.
More information and the agenda can be downloaded by clicking here.
On the 22nd and 23rd April, ThermoMap was presented alongside other FP7 projects at the 4th European conference on Renewable Heating and Cooling (RHC). The event was a good opportunity to share and discuss the projects aims and results with policy makers and industry leaders, and to find out about other innovative projects in similar fields.
The RHC platform‘s strategic research agenda, which identifies the activities and investment needed in the short and medium term to have RHC technologies satisfy an increased share of heating and cooling demand in Europe was released at the conference and can be downloaded here. In addition, the public consultation for the Geothermal Implementation roadmap was launched, the role of which is to identify how the Geothermal panel will achieve its targets and vision for the geothermal sector. David Bertermann (project coordinator) contributed to the validation workshop on shallow geothermal at the event.
The public consultation is open until the 31st May. You can read the roadmap and find out more about how to make your contribution by clicking here. A press release from the event is also available here.
The final Belgian ThermoMap seminar will be held in Brussels on the 7th May at the Geological Survey of Belgium.
Click here for the agenda, directions to the location and further information.