World Geothermal Congress 2023 Rescheduled to 15-17 September
The Hague / Beijing, 17th May 2023 – Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, our host must reschedule the World Geothermal Congress 2023 to take place from 15-17 September 2023 in Beijing, China.
We understand that this change may cause inconvenience, and we sincerely apologize for any disruptions this may cause to our valued attendees, speakers, sponsors, and partners. The decision to reschedule the event was made in consideration of the best interests of all stakeholders, ensuring a safe and successful conference experience.
We are committed to delivering an exceptional event that fosters knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration in the geothermal energy sector. Attendees can expect the same high-quality content, speakers, and opportunities for engagement as previously planned.
Please visit our website www.wgc2023.com for the latest updates, and follow our social media channels @lovegeothermal for news and announcements. If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your understanding and continued support during these challenging times and look forward to welcoming you to the World Geothermal Congress 2023 in September.
About the WGC:
The World Geothermal Congress (WGC) is the premier global geothermal event for the sharing of knowledge and innovations from around the world, bringing together leaders of industry, academia, governments, NGO’s and communities to collaborate and provide thoughtful solutions for a sustainable world.
Media contact on behalf of the IGA:
Dr Marit Brommer
International Geothermal Association
Media contact on behalf of the CNGEC:
About the IGA:
The International Geothermal Association (IGA), is the leading global platform on geothermal energy, serving as a hub for networking opportunities aimed at promoting and supporting global geothermal development. With industry partners the IGA sets standards, mature the technology agenda and nurture entrepreneurs engaged in clean technology.
With its four pillars Visibility, Sustainability, Partnerships and Authority, the IGA is committed to push geothermal as a gamechanger for achieving Sustainable Development Goal #7 providing affordable, clean, baseload energy for all.
About the CNGEC:
The aim of the National Geothermal Energy Center of China (CNGEC) is to promote the technological progress and industrial development of geothermal energy in China. The Geothermal Center cooperates closely with research institutes such as Sinopec Exploration Institute and the Academy of Engineering, and shares resources, and cooperates with domestic and foreign scientific research institutes and universities to carry out research and development of core geothermal technologies and cooperation in major projects.