As the 10th UK Geothermal UK Symposium’s echoes still resonate, we sit down with Kevin J Mallin to unravel the key takeaways, groundbreaking discussions, and the promising developments that unfolded during this gathering of minds at the symposium. This blog gives a glimpse of Kevin’s presentation and his takeaway from the event.
With a call for papers, the German Geothermal Association invited interested scientists and projects to present their current scientific findings at the DGK. Young scientists were also invited to participate in the “Science Bar”. This poster competition offered the opportunity to present bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral theses on the topic of geothermal energy to a broad professional audience.
The 14th annual European Geothermal PhD Days (EGPD) was held on 4th-6th April, 2023 in Glasgow, Scotland. This was the first time EGPD was hosted in the City of Glasgow, where the event was organised by a team from the University of Glasgow, the University of Strathclyde and the University of Edinburgh. The EGPD 2023 …