ThinkGeoEnergy’s Annual Geothermal Event Survey 2014 aims to establish what have been popular and successful events in 2013 and why. At the same time we want to determine what are key elements that have made events successful and popular for the sector.
The newly announced course on Developing & Delivering Geothermal Power Projects provides a unique introduction to geothermal energy business. To be held in New York, London, Nairobi and Singapore the course is led by Hezy Ram.
The WGC2015 Committee invites submission of abstracts for the Technical Program of the 2015 World Geothermal Congress on April 19-25, 2015 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia.
Celebrating this week its 5th anniversary, ThinkGeoEnergy has established itself as the news website of choice for the global geothermal energy sector. We would like to express our gratitude and thanks for all the support we have received over the years. Thank you.
The private developer Africa Geothermal International (AGIL) has signed today a $8.4 million grant agreement with the African Union Commission to facilitate the exploration work at the private 140 MW Longonot develoment in Kenya.