Mon, 26 September, 2022
Representatives of the 19 GeoSmart Project consortium partners attended a recent consortium meeting to discuss the project’s progress.
The meeting also provided time for the partners to discuss future strategy to improve the flexibility and efficiency of geothermal heat and power systems.
Working together brings the complementary expertise of the project partners together to develop, disseminate and exploit the project so that the benefits can be felt across the geothermal industry.
GeoSmart aims to turn geothermal energy from an ‘always on’ resource to one that provides the fast flexibility to function as a fully reliable and controllable energy source.
This will not only reduce costs but also deliver improved environmental performance and energy security.
The meeting provided the project consortium with an opportunity to report back on the project’s progress and discuss strategies for the project future.
The GeoSmart project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme grant agreement 818576