Geothermal News for September 2010

Geothermal News Archive

Ireland to get its first geothermal electricity plant?

A developer of geothermal energy resources, GT Energy, has lodged a planning application with South Dublin County Council for Ireland’s first geothermal electricity plant.

BLOGS: What do Jimi Hendrix and wind turbines have in common?!

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Call for entries: Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy Call for entries: Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy

The organisers of the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy is seeking entries from "inspirational and innovative" local sustainable energy programmes from Asia, Africa and Latin America.

BEAMA welcomes UK heat pump field trials

The British Elctrotechnical and Allied Manufacturers Association (BEAMA) have welcomed the interim finding of the UK’s first domestic heat pump field trial.

Drilling 10,000 m deep geothermal wells

It may be possible to collect geothermal energy from depths down to 10,000 m, according to Norwegian researchers.

UK to spend £1m on geothermal heat

The UK Government has injected £1 million into the Deep Geothermal Energy Fund for companies seeking to generate energy from deep geothermal heat.