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EGEC Geothermal Market Report 2015

The changes in the European Geothermal heat and electricity markets in 2015 have been detailed in the ‘EGEC Market 2015’.

The full version of the market report is only available to EGEC members, but a preview can be downloaded (pdf). A presentation of the key findings is also available for download (pdf).

EGEC Geothermal Market Report Update 2014

The changes in the European Geothermal heat and electricity markets over the last 12 months have been detailed in the ‘EGEC 2014 Market Report Update’, launched at Geopower Global conference, Istanbul.

The PDF can be downloaded by clicking here.

This update is freely available for download. The full report is available for free to EGEC members and for sale to non-members. Annexes of 2014 update, including information on all projects in operation, under development, and under investigation are only available to EGEC members.

EGEC Geothermal Market Report 2013/2014

CoverPage The EGEC Geothermal Market Report 2013/2014 was launched on 3rd December at GeoPower/GeoHeat Global on 3rd December 2013.The Annual EGEC market report maps and analyses the entire geothermal sector, covering both electricity and heating & cooling uses. The report includes market development analysis, financial tools and incentives, market forecasts, and key players. The details of every electricity and large heating project (in operation, under development and under investigation) is given.
View a presentation of the key findings. The market report is free to EGEC members. Non members can order a copy of the market report for €250.Complete the form below to order your copy

EGEC Geothermal Market Report 2012

The EGEC Geothermal Market Report 2012 was launched on December 4th 2012 at GeoPower Europe in Budapest, Hungary. This second edition includes an extensive overview of the geothermal energy markets (both electricity and heat), and a summary of the existing financial support schemes for Geothermal electricity in Europe. You can read the press release here.

To get an idea of the content, you can take a look at these informative presentations given at the official launch reception of the Market Report:
EGEC Market Report 2012: Geothermal District Heating Market in Europe by Miklos Antics, GPC IP
EGEC Market Report 2012: Geothermal Electricity by Philippe Dumas, EGEC

The report is free to EGEC members and the attendees of GeoPower Europe 2012.The EGEC Geothermal Market Report 2012 will also be available to non members by making a contribution of 250 euros. For more information, please contact us at com@egec.org. If you are interested in joining EGEC, you can find more information about us here!

EGEC Deep Geothermal Market Report 2011

This report was launched at GeoPower Europe 2011 and it is an authoritative and extensive account of the current state of development for the geothermal electricity and District Heating markets. Compiled using the most up to date information, with expert analyses, this report is an essential tool for anyone interested in learning more about deep geothermal in Europe.

For a sneak peek at the Market Report 2011, why not look at the presentations from the launch event at GeoPower Europe 2011:

This document is available for EGEC Members to download in the Members Corner. Non-members can purchase a copy of this report, and for more information contact com@egec.org.

 


 

Press Releases

24/04/2015 Global gathering celebrates the continuing success story of global growth in both geothermal power generation and heat production

05/03/2015 MijnWater B.V.: The Geothermal innovator of 2015

20/02/2015 The top 4 Companies in Geothermal Innovation of 2015

15/05/2014 Geothermal District Heating has the potential to alleviate Europe’s energy security crisis

09/04/2014 New EU state aid rules: Does Brussels Aim to Freeze Energy Innovation?

19/03/2014 Want a competitive Europe? Embrace renewables

19/03/2014 Open letter to Heads of State and government: Crisis in Ukraine and energy dependency

27/03/2013 “The debate must include heating and cooling” urges the Heat Coalition as the Green Paper “A 2030 framework for climate and energy policies”

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Fact Sheets & Infographics

Infographic on Heating&Cooling Renewables

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Flexible power generation from geothermal: a valuable option for grid stability

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Enhanced geothermal systems: why it is different to shale gas

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Other

Journal des Energies Renouvelables n234 TAP Geothermie EN EGEC.pdf

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