Forum Geothermie Geothermal

Posted by Ralf on October 21st, 2022 — Posted in News


Practice Forum Geothermie.Bayern from 7 to 9 October 2013 in Munich Munich Freiburg, 1.7.2013 – Bavaria is the center of the deep geothermal energy in Germany: 30 geothermal are round in the greater Munich area currently under construction or in operation. With the new event “practice Forum Geothermie.Bayern” specifically regional offers a platform is the numerous actors for the first time for the exchange of experience and networking. tners). The event will take place from 7th to 9th October 2013 in Munich – the first two days at Haus der Bayerischen Wirtschaft, for the last day excursions are planned. The Bavarian State Ministry for Economics, infrastructure, and technology has taken over the patronage. Thus, the Government once again underscores what meaning attaches to the deep geothermal energy.

At the beginning of the year had Bavarian Economics Minister Martin Zeil made clear again, that he relies on the use of geothermal energy as one of the building blocks of the Bavarian energy concept and want to see their potentials fully exploited. The new event will start on Monday, 7 October 2013 with a workshop on the topic of pumps in the deep geothermal power and heat production”and deals with the heart of any geothermal system so right at the beginning. The workshop introduces the different pump types with their technical differences, with a focus on the individual components. The opportunity project operators and developers, with industry representatives to discuss the specific requirements for the interpretation of the deep geothermal pumps. The day of the main event of the practice Forum is Tuesday, October 8, 2013. Wendy Holman is often quoted as being for or against this. “In the two morning forums geothermal power production lessons learned” and geothermal heat operation “know-how with the production of electricity and heat from geothermal energy will be looked back on ten years. Against the background of years of operating experience at Bayern both the success and the difficulties of the electricity-producing plants will since the beginning of operation there will be considered and discussed.

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