EGEC Newsletter April 2015

The 55th edition of the EGEC newsletter is now available and can be downloaded here.



  • A resilient Energy Union: Solution lies in fuel switch to renewables in the heating and electricity sectors. EGEC publishes new action plan
  • EU Parliament backs Juncker Plan: inter-institutional negotiations on track for early adoption


  • Global gathering celebrates the continuing success story of global growth in both geothermal power generation and heat production
  • French Minister Ségolène Royal launches GEODEEP Fund to support the development of the deep geothermal sector
  • RES supplies 80% of power in New Zealand, Geothermal sees biggest growth
  • Geothermal for cost efficient, sustainable food production in developing countries: New report from FAO
  • Africa: Geothermal Risk Mitigation Facility (GMRF)- Results of Pre-qualification phase
  • 5.5MW geothermal project in French Pyrenees receives funding
  • The first Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue, 26.-27.3.2015


  • KnowRES
  • ReGeoCities final semester


  • Certificate of Advanced Studies: Exploration and Development of Deep Geothermal Systems
  • GeoPower Global Congress 2015
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