nergy, renewable energy, dissemination

ITER at the 3rd Energy Fair in Hirschaid, Germany

The 3rd Energy Fair in Hirschaid On March 12-13 2016 the Energy Park in Hirschaid (Northern Bavaria, Germany) hosted the 3rd Energy Fair. This event shows the latest news in the energy and environmental technology to a general public. It is growing from year to year, involving always a greater number of exhibitors and visitors. Read more about ITER at the 3rd Energy Fair in Hirschaid, Germany[…]

Marie Curie. European Commission, ITER Project, congress, outreach, MCAA

ITER at MCAA General Assembly & Annual Conference

The MCAA General Assembly & Annual Conference At the beginning of March Venice hosted the annual General Assembly and Conference of the Marie Curie Alumni Association (MCAA). The Ca’ Foscari University in Venice organized this international event. (MCAA conference). This beautiful location allowed to meet a great number of researchers and public authorities representatives. Then Read more about ITER at MCAA General Assembly & Annual Conference[…]

geothermal energy, geothermal, technological innovation, congress

ITER at the geothermal congress in Offenburg

GeoTherm Expo & Congress The GeoTherm Expo and Congress, the biggest European event for geothermal energy, this year was held on February 25-26 in Offenburg, in Germany. For two whole days researchers, producers, public authorities representatives and professionals discussed about shallow and deep geothermal energy. First of all, specialized industries on both sectors gave updated Read more about ITER at the geothermal congress in Offenburg[…]

horizontal collector systems, Shallow geothermal systems, very shallow geothermal energy resource

Shallow geothermal systems: how to exchange heat with the ground?

Shallow geothermal systems Several technological solutions called Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs) are available for shallow geothermal systems. What do they do? Most of all, they transfer heat between underground and residential, industrial or commercial buildings. Since GSHPs are conceived to extract and/or inject heat from/into the ground during winter and/or summer, several technological solutions Read more about Shallow geothermal systems: how to exchange heat with the ground?[…]

horizontal collector systems, shallow geothermal energy

Shallow geothermal energy: what are we talking about?

Shallow geothermal energy: what is this? How it works? For those of you not familiar with shallow geothermal energy, here you can find a brief but comprehensive overview of the topic! A short video gives clear tips for discovering shallow geothermal energy! In addition, it explains what it can do for you and your community. Read more about Shallow geothermal energy: what are we talking about?[…]

European Projects, shallow geothermal energy, Cheap_GSHPs, ITER, Bilbao

European Projects: ITER meets Cheap-GSHPs in Bilbao

European Projects in contact A wonderful opportunity of cooperation at dissemination level between two European Projects The Project Coordinator of Cheap-GSHPs Project, Dr. Adriana Bernardi, invited ITER to attend their 2nd Internal Meeting. In detail Cheap-GSHP means “Cheap and efficient application of reliable ground source heat exchangers and pumps”. Why? Because this project focuses on Read more about European Projects: ITER meets Cheap-GSHPs in Bilbao[…]

ITER Project, thermal efficiency, horizontal ground heat exchangers, outreach activity, dissemination

ITER Project at the Long Night of Science in Erlangen

ITER Project at the Long Night of Sciences ITER Project was presented during the seventh Long Night of Sciences, held in Nürnberg, Fürth and Erlangen on 24 October 2015. The shallow geothermal energy research group of FAU, GeoZentrum Nordbayern, Lehrstuhl für Geologie presented the latest research activities of the group in the shallow geothermal energy Read more about ITER Project at the Long Night of Science in Erlangen[…]

horizontal collector systems, ITER test site, Eltersdorf, ITER, thermally enhanced backfilling material

ITER test site in Eltersdorf: horizontal collectors and soils

ITER test site The ITER test site for horizontal collector systems was realized in Eltersdorf, near Erlangen, Northern Bavaria (Germany), during November 2015. Thanks to the common efforts of ITER partners (the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg-FAU, the REHAU AG & Co company, the Fischer Spezialbaustoffe GmbH) the ITER test site is ready! REHAU provided Read more about ITER test site in Eltersdorf: horizontal collectors and soils[…]