Geothermal Data Update 2023
IGA unveils new key Geothermal Power & Direct Use data
The Hague, 13th November – The International Geothermal Association (IGA) is thrilled to announce the release of a new, informative infographic highlighting the latest advancements in geothermal power generation and direct uses, particularly in heating and cooling. This vital data, compiled from our activities at WGC2023, underscores geothermal energy’s critical role in the decarbonization of the heating and cooling sectors and its growing contribution to global sustainable energy initiatives.
The infographic reveals how geothermal energy, as a consistent, renewable source, is significantly contributing to 24/7 energy supply and grid baseload, highlighting its indispensability in our sustainable energy future.
In conjunction with this release, IGA is excited to launch a webinar series focusing on geothermal data standards. The first of these webinars is scheduled for Thursday, 16 November at 16:00 CET. This series aims to facilitate a deeper understanding of geothermal energy data and to establish new standards for its collection and use.
We invite the global geothermal community to participate actively in this series. Shape the conversation ang register here: https://www.lovegeothermal.org/join-our-webinar-series-facts-for-future-navigating-geothermal-data-on-the-road-to-cop28/
This initiative not only marks IGA’s commitment to advancing geothermal energy but also sets the stage for our presence at COP28 in Dubai, where we will continue to advocate for geothermal energy as a leading renewable resource.
To view the infographic, please visit https://www.lovegeothermal.org/wp-content/uploads/Global-Geothermal-Update-2023.jpg
Media contact on behalf of the IGA:
Dr Marit Brommer
Chief Executive Officer
International Geothermal Association
About the IGA:
The International Geothermal Association (IGA), is the leading global industry association focused on the promotion of sustainable geothermal energy as one of the key solutions for reducing the adverse effects of global warming. We generate impact through training, networking and facilitating project development in emerging markets. Our vision is to contribute to a world where people have access to affordable green energy 24/7.