Entries by Marit


WGC2023: Call for Reviewers

We are looking for volunteers who help shape the Technical Programme for Beijing, China, 2023. Sign up at https://technicalprogramme.wgc2023.com/ using the keycode review2023

COP25 and #timeforaction

Marit Brommer, the IGA Executive Director attended the COP25 in Madrid, Spain: “Although COP25 may not have resulted in the needed commitment from our political and industry leaders, as IGA we feel that our voice was heard. The geothermal sector is keen to continue to push the need for energy system transformation and is grateful for […]

The International Geothermal Association (IGA) announces ground-breaking results of the elections to its Board of Directors 2020-2023

Press Release | International Geothermal Association | 10 Oct 2019 | Bonn, Germany The elections to the Board of Directors of the International Geothermal Association (IGA) for the 2020-2023 period have concluded and results are in. For an international organisation like the IGA, the participation of its membership, the national geothermal associations, industrial and individual […]

Invitation to ratify IGA Constitution and Bylaws

The IGA Board of Directors has approved the new IGA Constitution and Bylaws and our membership is now asked to ratify. We invite therefore all our members to review the documents and respond online in the members area until 18 October 2019.

UNFC Ethiopia

The IGA and its partners World Bank and IRENA with its Global Geothermal Alliance as key partners jointly organised an UNFC Geothermal Specifications workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia between 5 and 7 February 2019. The workshop forms part of the UNFC pilot project in which the IGA and partners seek to deploy the UNFC geothermal […]

Granite Green Energy in Cornwall

On February 18 and 19 the IGA Team visited the United Downs Deep Geothermal Project in Red Ruth, Cornwall, UK. The UDDG project is led by Geothermal Energy Limited (GEL). The drilling contractor is a venture of Angers and Sohne and Marriot Drilling. The onsite operation team is led by Peter Ledingham (Managing Director), Lucy […]

The Geothermal industry fear risks for investment in Italy

The Geothermal industry fear risks for investment in Italy. The italian government is putting 10,000 jobs at risk and jeopardizing green investment by cutting support to geothermal energy. Please find the full press release from EGEC and IGA here: The Geothermal industry fear risks for investment in Italy_PR14112018