International Geothermal Association and ThinkGeoEnergy announce media partnership for the World Geothermal Congress 2023
20 July 2023
ThinkGeoEnergy and the International Geothermal Association (“IGA”) are proud to announce a media partnership for the 2023 World Geothermal Congress, taking place on September 14 to 23, 2023 in Beijing, China.
With this partnership, ThinkGeoEnergy and IGA will support each other in promoting WGC 2023 – the premiere global geothermal event that regularly brings together leaders from the industry, academia, government, NGOs, and communities to collaborate on solutions for creating a more sustainable world.
In the coming months, ThinkGeoEnergy will be publishing content on the geothermal industry in China and other country updates. This all culminates in the on-site presence of ThinkGeoEnergy in WGC 2023, giving companies and organizations the opportunity to collaborate on content that will be broadcast to the platform’s global audience.
Carlo Cariaga, Editor-in-Chief of ThinkGeoEnergy: “We are extremely pleased to be working with IGA on an event as important as the WGC 2023. We would also like to invite everyone who will be at the event to get in touch with us so we can arrange for a quick interview, or to discuss how we can support them. Let us get the word out there that geothermal is the future and that it deserves a bigger spotlight,” said
Marit Brommer, CEO of the IGA: “Partnerships drive Progress: I am delighted with the partnership with leading media outlet ThinkGeoEnergy. This will create impact through combining our strengths in messaging throughout the runup to WGC2023 and at the event itself. We have a solid story to tell the world – and together we can reach an audience beyond Geothermal,”
Both the IGA and ThinkGeoEnergy are committed to leading the global conversation on geothermal and connecting stakeholders and experts from different fields. WGC 2023 provides an excellent opportunity to foster these collaborations. Beyond WGC 2023, the IGA and ThinkGeoEnergy continue to promote a global and unified support of geothermal as a source of renewable baseload energy.
About the International Geothermal Association
The International Geothermal Association (IGA) is the leading global platform on geothermal energy. With our four pillars Visibility, Sustainability, Partnerships and Authority, we are committed to push geothermal as a gamechanger for achieving Sustainable Development Goal #7 providing affordable, clean, baseload energy for all.
The IGA connects the Global Geothermal Community, serving as a hub for networking opportunities aimed at promoting and supporting global geothermal development. With industry partners we set standards, mature the technology agenda and nurture entrepreneurs engaged in clean technology. The IGA represents the global geothermal industry to international organisations such as the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Renewable Energy Agency and the International Energy Agency.
Founded in 2008, ThinkGeoEnergy is the leading news platform for the global geothermal energy sector. The site provides a wealth of information and news on current development, technological innovation and challenges, policy, finance, investment and more. The site covers the geothermal power sector, but also the market for direct use of geothermal energy resources, such as district heating and more. ThinkGeoEnergy also acts as a geothermal energy focused strategy and service firm, providing desktop research tailored to the needs of clients, general market intelligence and reports, marketing, communication and social media services.
ThinkGeoEnergy operates a Spanish-language service under the domain PiensaGeotermia.com and a Turkish service at JeotermalHaberler.com.
ThinkGeoEnergy is a geothermal energy strategy and service firm. It runs ThinkGeoEnergy.com a news website covering the large-scale geothermal power and district heating industry worldwide. The firm also provides strategy and business consulting for companies in the sector. The site – being the only focused geothermal power sector news site – provides news on deals, projects and international development.