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TWI Expert to Join GeoSmart Workshop at IGC 2024

Wed, 15 May, 2024

TWI Research and Product Development Programme Manager, Dr Shiladitya Paul is due to take part in a workshop related to the GeoSmart project at the Iceland Geothermal Conference (IGC) 2024 in Reykjavik, Iceland on the 28 May, 2024.

TWI has been leading the GeoSmart project to help progress the potential of geothermal energy as a consistent and reliable energy resource that can act as a counterpart to intermittent renewable energy sources like wind and solar power.

Through our work as part of the GeoSmart project consortium, TWI has been investigating technological and operational aspects of geothermal power as a flexible addition to the wider energy system.

The IGC workshop, ‘GeoSmart meets Stakeholders in Reykjavik,’is free of charge and open to the public.

It will take place from 13:00 to 17:00 at Rima - Harpa Concert Hall on Tuesday, 28th May, 2024, with the unveiling of two groundbreaking demonstration sites that showcase technology tests conducted in Germany and Turkey and providing valuable insights into the future of geothermal solutions.

Experts from across academia and industry will present at the workshop, including those from Zorlu, the University of Iceland, Natürlich Insheim GmbH, VITO, METU, ICETEC and TWI. In addition there will be a welcome from the First Lady of Iceland.

Although the workshop is free of charge, there are limited seats available, which will be booked on a first come-first served basis.

Don’t delay, find out more and secure your place at this workshop today, here.

About IGC 2024

The Iceland Geothermal Conference (IGC) has become one of the most attended events in the geothermal world. This year will be the fifth time the IGC has taken place in Reykjavik, where the event will be hosted by the Iceland Renewable Energy Cluster in partnership with its members and international players.

The event will focus on four parallel topics related to geothermal energy - security and stability; sustainability and innovation; viability and profitability; and geothermal for all.


The GeoSmart project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 818576.

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