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5th UK Deep Geothermal Symposium

Date:
25 October 2016
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Event type:
Conference
Organised by:
1. Geological Society Events, 2016 Year of Water
Venue:
The Geological Society (Burlington House)
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Event status:
EVENT CLOSED

Development of the UK’s deep geothermal resource offers the potential to both generate secure and low carbon electricity and heat with the potential to significantly offset gas consumption currently associated with heat production.

Geothermal development aligns with current government support for heat networks and has been made more feasible following the recent legislation on underground access for shale gas and geothermal and with the opportunity for several projects in a range of geothermal settings to apply for EU funds.

With new projects developing single well geothermal technology, interest in exploiting ultra low grade heat from abandoned mines plus several feasibility studies for the assessment of additional geothermal resources in Scotland, this event highlighted both current opportunities and future potential. There were presentations on geothermal heat only and power generation schemes delivered by representatives from industry, government and academia.

Programme, conference abstract book & speaker presentations

PDF copies of the conference programme, abstract book and approved speaker presentations are available to download.

Convenors

  • Charlotte Adams (Durham University)
  • Guy Macpherson-Grant (EGS Energy)
  • David Townsend (Town Rock Energy)

Partner organisations

  • British Geothermal
  • EGS Energy
  • Town Rock Energy