The European Energy Research Alliance Joint Programme Geothermal (EERA Geothermal) was established in 2009 and formally started as one of the first four joint programmes of EERA in 2010. As of 2019, EERA Geothermal had 30 Full Participants and 6 Associate Participants. Over the last 10 years, EERA Geothermal has been central in establishing a number of European projects, contributing to crucial research for utilization of geothermal energy in Europe and beyond. It is estimated that more than 40% of the European public research capacity on geothermal energy is integrated into EERA Geothermal. The utilization of common capacity speeds up the implementation of new research ideas to matured developments. The participants of EERA Geothermal are active in geothermal energy research and have active international collaboration across sectors. The research of EERA Geothermal is structured into eight Sub-Programmes, representing topics that will provide important contributions to realize the aims of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) Implementation Plan Deep Geothermal.

Status Report: European Energy Research Alliance - joint Program Geothermal

P. Bombarda;
2021

Abstract

The European Energy Research Alliance Joint Programme Geothermal (EERA Geothermal) was established in 2009 and formally started as one of the first four joint programmes of EERA in 2010. As of 2019, EERA Geothermal had 30 Full Participants and 6 Associate Participants. Over the last 10 years, EERA Geothermal has been central in establishing a number of European projects, contributing to crucial research for utilization of geothermal energy in Europe and beyond. It is estimated that more than 40% of the European public research capacity on geothermal energy is integrated into EERA Geothermal. The utilization of common capacity speeds up the implementation of new research ideas to matured developments. The participants of EERA Geothermal are active in geothermal energy research and have active international collaboration across sectors. The research of EERA Geothermal is structured into eight Sub-Programmes, representing topics that will provide important contributions to realize the aims of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET-Plan) Implementation Plan Deep Geothermal.
Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020+1
research cooperation, Europe, network, geothermal
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