GEOTHERMAL 2024 'HEATING UP THE MARKET'
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS NOW OPEN
DEADLINE – 6 OCTOBER 2023
The eagerly awaited annual Geothermal Seminar, organised by SPE Aberdeen, is set to take place in February 2024. Building on the success of the two previous events since it’s inception in 2022, the Seminar remains at the forefront of fostering innovation, collaboration, and advancements in Geothermal Energy production science, engineering, and economics.
As nations continue to grapple with the urgency of Sustainable Energy solutions, we invite researchers, practitioners, financiers, regulators and transition enthusiasts to submit their cutting-edge research, case studies, information, systems and technologies for presentation at Geothermal 2024.
Our aim is for the Seminar to be relevant, and riveting, to a broad range of peoples from energy professionals, environmentalists, investors, politicians, academics, career seeking students, and those just eager to learn more.
If you have experiences to share, then we would like to invite you to submit your 200-word abstract for consideration for the 2024 conference programme. We are interested in hearing about your case studies and lessons learned, innovative technologies, and experiences within Geothermal. The aim of this event is to share knowledge and advance the industry as we work towards the Energy Transition.
For full details on desired themes, please download the Call for Abstracts flyer above.
SMEs and Large companies, consultancies and agencies can all support and benefit from Geothermal 2024. There are an attractive and economic range of promotional opportunities available which can be viewed in the table in the Call for Abstracts flyer in the section above.
As the SPE is a not-for-profit organisation, any surplus made on Geothermal 2024 will be reinvested back into various initiatives to bring on our future generations of Geothermal scientists, engineers and technologists.
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