with and article on the "Educational activities of COST Action CA18219 Geothermal District Heating and Cooling"


Enable geothermal energy to help to decarbonise the heating and cooling sector via district heating and cooling networks


Geothermal-DHC is present at the 2024 EGU via 2 dedicated sessions - ERE3.8 & ERE 4.7


Our COST Action CA18219 Geothermal-DHC supports a special issue in "Renwable Energy" on the Use of geothermal energy in heating and cooling networks. The call will stay open until April 2024 and our COST Action will offer submission support for papers, which will be accepted before 1 April 2024.


The COST Action Geothermal-DHC was able to support the 2nd European Underground Energy Storage Workshop, organized by ENeRG, with a dedicated session on the topic: Underground Thermal Energy Storage Systems on 24th of May.


Geothermal-DHC supports the 2nd European Energy Storage Workshop with a session on Underground Thermal Energy Storage Systems


CA18219 - Geothermal DHC supported the European Geothermal PhD days 2023 with a dedicated session on technical and social aspects of geothermal DHC networks


4-year young researcher position in geothermal at GeoZS with topic: The influence of hydrogeological and geothermal factors on the possibility of storing heat under the Earth's surface, supervised by Assist. Prof. Nina Rman, within the programme group P1-0020 Groundwaters and geochemistry.


Joint CROWDTHERMAL and Geothermal-DHC side event at the European Geothermal Congress 2022, 17-21 October 2022, Berlin


We are happy to announce that the speakers of the first Geothermal-DHC regional cluster workshop on geothermal energy use in heating and cooling networks have been fixed.


Geothermal energy – unleashing the potential of supplying district heating and cooling networks in the Baltics


We are happy to open the application process for our Summer School 2022 „Design your own renewable district heating and cooling system“, taking place from 11th – 15th July in Delft, The Netherlands.


Do you want to learn about interactive hosting and moderation design (virtual and hybrid)? Are you interested ininteractive methods and virtual collaboration platform to successfully engage your audience? Then this training i might be for you...


Designing and improving activities for young researchers and innovators in the COST Action Geothermal-DHC


As our indoor activities have significantly increased in the current context of the pandemic, it is essential to better grasp in what circumstances the concentration of air pollutants could be higher indoors than outdoors.