Representatives of municipal utilities benefit from a discount when registering for this year's IGC Invest Geothermal on March 16 and 17 in Frankfurt. For a total of 220 euros, interested parties can gain an insight into the forward-looking technology of geothermal energy as well as financing options and investors. Also different European markets and the question of profitability and risk assessment are part of the IGC.Invest.
This year ThinkGeoEnergy and Enerchange invite to the 4th International Geothermal Investment Conference (IGC.Invest). On March 16 and 17 in Frankfurt am Main, interested parties can inform themselves about various European markets, investors and investment opportunities as well as future-oriented technologies. Representatives of municipal utilities will for the first time benefit from the reduced price of 220 euros per person.
This year's IGC.Invest will kick off on March 16 with the presentation "Geothermal Markets in Germany: Results from a Cross-Impact-Analysis". Prof. Inga Moeck has identified factors for the Leibniz Institute for Applied Geophysics (LIAG) that are crucial for the success of geothermal projects and thus particularly suitable for funding. The various markets in Croatia, Denmark and the Netherlands, among others, are then presented before specific current projects are highlighted. The Ice Breaker will close the first day of the event with the opportunity to exchange ideas in a relaxed atmosphere.
On March 17, the focus will initially be on the perspective of investors in geothermal projects. Thus among other things Roger Krämer and Udo Schneider present the respective enterprises Equitix Ltd. and Green Giraffe B.V. This will be followed by a block of events on subsidy programs such as the federal subsidy for efficient heating networks (BEW), presented by Benjamin Richter (Rödl & Partner GbR), and one on forward-looking technologies.
Registration is possible via www.investgeothermal.com. By entering the code "geothermal2023", representatives of municipal utilities will receive the reduced price.