Reykjavik to Host 2nd ACI's Global Geothermal Energy Summit 2012

Enhancing the Global Development and Production of Geothermal Energy

On the 19th & 20th September 2012, the world's leading experts from the geothermal sector will be gathering in Reykjavik, Iceland for the annual ACI's Global Geothermal Energy Summit.


An exclusive panel of speakers, including the senior representatives from: Axpo | New Energies, Geothermie, ElectraTherm Inc. , Reykjavik Geothermal, Daimler AG, Mercedes-Benz Werk Rastatt, AltaRock Energy, (CanGea) Canadian Geothermal Association and many others will discuss the key issues facing the geothermal energy industry today.

The main topics that will be discussed in the agenda include: finance and investment, new developments and future technologies in geothermal exploration and production, sustainable reservoir management, regulatory and legal issues and project insurance.

The delegates will also have the opportunity to hear Reykjavik Energy and Alterra Power deliver case study presentations on high enthalpy geothermal heat sources, with a focus on finance, operations, challenges faced & overcome, grid integration and technology.

One highlight of the event will be an exclusive site visit to Hellisheidi Power Station, one of the largest geothermal power stations in the world - owned and operated by Reykjavik Energy.

Altenergymag.com is acting as a Supporting Partner for the event therefore all users are entitled to a special discount to attend the meeting. In order to claim the discount it is necessary to quote ref.: MPEGT2

For more information, discount & registration please contact Justyna Korfanty on:
tel.: +44 (0) 20 7981 2503 email: jkorfanty@acieu.net

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