Iceland Geothermal Conference, March 5-8 2013

An international conference on geothermal energy will be held 5-8 March 2013 at Harpa Conference Centre in Reykjavik, Iceland and is hosted by the Iceland Geothermal initiative.

Members of the Iceland Geothermal Cluster.

The overall theme of the Iceland Geothermal Conference is to share effective exploration methods, learn how to maximize the utilization of geothermal energy from veterans and explore ways to realize geothermal projects with less risk and higher profitability.

The conference is uniquely positioned in proximity to a region rich in geothermal. To maximize delegate’s experience field trips will be offered to selected geothermal areas close to Reykjavik as part of the program, an exhibition will be running during the conference days and on day 3 a geothermal brokerage event will be organized where participants provide opportunities for collaboration and business. 

Why attend?

Geothermal energy and other renewable energy sources are increasingly promoted as important solutions for clean and sustainable energy.

Due to the geological location of Iceland, the high concentration of volcanoes in the area is an advantage in the generation of geothermal energy, the heating and production of electricity. If you want to deepen your skills and experience of the advantage of the geothermal and learn about the geothermal value chain you should attend the Iceland Geothermal Conference. IGC 2013 will be the place to meet for utilities, investors, vendors, regulators and government to take an in-depth look at the major steps in geothermal projects.

Topics to be discussed

> Identifying possibilities
> Resource management
> Finance, risk and insurance management in geothermal projects
> Role of governments and international funds
> Rules and regulations
> Environmental issues related to geothermal.

Program of the conference

For more information, please visit the web site of the conference


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