IGC Online Meeting: Upper Rhine Graben

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The IGC Online Meeting: Upper Rhine Graben will offer an interactive plattform for geothermal experts to meet and exchange. Speakers will present up to date information about the geothermal possibilities, the challenges, the chances and new development in existing projects in the Upper Rhine Graben. The IGC Online Meeting: Upper Rhine Graben will take palce on 17 June 2020 from 14.00 to 17.30.

Within this format all participants and speakers are visible and can comment and ask in the discussions after their presentations. During the presentations all participants are muted. However, there is still the chance to contact and connect to other participants by chat. Therefore, it is necessary that all participants are visible with their video and the technical equipement, especially the microphones, is on a high technical level. The IGC Online Forum will be recorded by Enerchange.

After the IGC Online Meeting all registered participants get the presentations after approval by the speakers. Here you can register for the event (Regular Participation fee is 200 EUR - 25 % discount for another particpant from the same company). As it is has the character of a meeting with the intention to facilitate the exchange between the participants, the number of participants is restricted to 20. At the beginning of the online meeting the regular registered participants get the chance to introduce themselves and their company with one silde in 40 seconds.



Dr. Jochen Schneider

The Upper Rhine Graben. The most challenging and rewarding environment for geothermal heat and power production in Germany

Dr. Wolfgang Bauer
360plus Consult GmbH

Seismic Monitoring of the Insheim Reservoir, URG - Implications for the Reservoir Management

Dr. Ludger Küperkoch
Institut für geothermisches Ressourcenmanagement (IGEM)

The Lithium Challenge

Lena Kölbel


Jean-Jacques Graff

25 years smooth operation of the Heat Plant in Riehen and the extensional plans

Matthias Meier
Erdwärme Riehen

New Developments of the combind Heat and Power Plant in Bruchsal

Dorothee Siefert

Geothermal operation feedback of the Soultz and Rittershoffen plants after 4 years of operations

Clément Baujard
ÉS Géothermie

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