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The German Geothermiemarkt is growing: intensive seminar in Munich covers the increasing need for information is growing interest in the use of deep geothermal energy in Germany: alone in the past few months, a number of projects particularly in Bavaria were started, continued or completed. The planned expansion of the was in Pullach shows: supplying heat with geothermal energy in particular for communities attractive represents an opportunity, to embark on new ways of energy supply. However, the implementation of a geothermal power plant is a complex, interdisciplinary endeavor. Previous projects delays occurred especially when drilling in depths of over 3,000 meters due to technical problems. The growing demand for information development of deep geothermal projects is with the intensive seminar held for the first time”taken into account.

Not least because the whole process of project development in the context of a single event can be soundly explained and discussed. Clearly divided into three Phases of the project inform 20 industry experts about the important steps and preparations in the run-up to a hole, about the challenges involved in the development of underground and surface-underground installation of the power plant and heat network. The event focuses among other things on the question, how new methods in project development, such as that for the first time in the molasse of the project in Utting performed 3-D-Seimik, contribute to minimise risk. Other priorities are the actual drilling process as well as the selection of the power plant technology. Impulse lectures and a panel discussion on the financing of Geothermieprojekten, as well as excursions to project locations, such as, for example, Unterhaching, round off the programme. A get together is the social framework in the evening of the first day of the event. The intensive seminar is aimed in particular at energy companies, engineers, planners and project developers, as well as to representatives of local governments, financial institutions and service companies in the energy and technology sectors. Organized is the Seminary of the Haus der Technik Branch Office Munich in collaboration with the Agency Enerchange and supported by the Federal Association of geothermal energy (GtV-BV). For details and registration see:../W-H130-10-051-9.html