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Published 11.12.2019

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SU-DG-IWG

Support Unit for the Deep Geothermal - Implementation Working Group


Azores

 | Public Project

EnergyGeothermalHeating

SU-DG-IWG project will support and monitor the European Working Group for the implementation of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan) in the area of the use of geothermal resources. The Consortium led by the National Energy Authority of Iceland and which relies on the European Geothermal Energy Council and the major European governments (France, Holland, Germany) and the Swiss federal government, will work in the next three years to to ensure that the resources and means necessary for the use of solutions based on geothermal energy, both for heating and for energy production.
The SET Plan is the technological pillar of the European Union’s energy and climate policies and is at the forefront in achieving the objectives of reducing carbon emissions and the use of renewable energies, as recommended by the Paris Agreement.

 

Other european and international partners

  • FRCT, FUNDO REGIONAL PARA A CIÊNCIA E TECNOLOGIA (AZORES-PORTUGAL)
  • OS, ORKUSTOFNUN (ICELAND)
  • GEORG, GEORG RANNSOKNARKLASI I JARDHITA (ICELAND)
  • EGEC, EUROPEAN GEOTHERMAL ENERGY COUNCIL (BELGIUM)
  • KIT, KARLSRUHE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (GERMANY)
  • RVO, MINISTERIE VAN ECONOMISCHE ZAKEN EN KLIMAAT, (NETHERLANDS)
  • DGEG, DIRECTORATE-GENERAL OF ENERGY AND GEOLOGY (PORTUGAL)