News and events from shallow geothermal world
The “News and Events” section of this website represents an overview of latest news, activities and events related to ITER Project and others shallow geothermal projects.
First of all ITER laboratory and test site activities together with ITER partecipation to conference and seminars are presented and described. Then a glimps on other shallow geothermal energy projects as Cheap-GSHP, GEOTeCH, GeoPLASMA-CE, fundend in the framework of H2020 Program, is given. Furthermore, when available, reference to ongoing national projects (mainly European) are provided. Finally, the idea is to create a corner also for geological, hydrogeological and geothermal curiosities.
Hereafter is a list of international and national associations and organizations, projects or activities focused on geothermal energy. The idea is to increase the number of links at disposal related to other shallow geothermal project around the world. The Geothermal Research website is a wonderful tool, especially relevant for active geothermal projects. If you want to suggest me other available links, in order to complete this list, send me a message through the “Contact us” form. Thanks in advance!
List of useful geothermal website
Unione Geotermica Italiana (UGI), the italian geothermal association
Bundesverband Geothermie (BVG), the German Geothermal Association
ThermoMap Project (European Project)
Regeocities (European Project)
Ground-Med (European Project)
Geothermisches Informationssystem für Deutschland, geothermal information system for Germany—GeotIS (German National Project)
Vigor Project (Italian National Project)
Atlante Geotermico (Italian Geothermal Atlas)
Geothermal Atlas of Catalonia (Catalonia, Spain)
Legend – Low Enthalpy Geothermal Energy Demonstration Cases in Adriatic Area (European IPA Project)
GRETA Project, Near-surface Geothermal Resources in the Territory of the Alpine Space (European Alpine Space Project)
Geotope, Bayerische landesamt für Umwelt, Geotopes of Bavaria
The history of Nuremberg’s rock-cut cellars, a former use of shallow geothermal energy