Start date: 1 September 2019. End date: 31 August 2022.
Funding: € 2 305 801,25, EU Horizon 2020 programme.
Funding scheme: H2020 Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future, Coordination and support action
• Institute for Future Energy Systems
• University of Glasgow
• GeoThermal Engineering GmbH
• La Palma Research Centre
• Spanish Geothermal Technology
• GEORG – Geothermal Research
- Understand the requirements for social licencing and develop a Social Licence to Operate (SLO) model for the different geothermal technologies and installations.
- Review any successful case studies, as well as national/EU bottlenecks to alternative financing of geothermal energy in all EU countries.
- Formulate new financial models for crowdsourcing on a national and trans-national basis, covering individual member-states and Europe as a whole.
- Develop recommendations for a novel risk mitigation scheme that will be complementing the alternative financing solutions while also protecting private investors’ interest.
- Validate findings with the help of three case studies in Iceland, Hungary and Spain.
- Develop core services for social-media based promotion and alternative financing of geothermal projects, working closely with existing structures & conventional players.
The Icelandic Crowdthermal partners Eimur and GEORG are hosting a conference on the 14th of September in Húsavík, Iceland. The conference will be streamed and openly accessible to those who register.
CROWDTHERMAL launches Beta-version of its services empowering the European public to participate in the development of geothermal projects
Brussels I July 2022 I The Horizon 2020 funded CROWDTHERMAL project launches its set of core services for communities of citizens, geothermal project developers and local authorities with a view to facilitating the involvement of citizens in the development of geothermal energy projects.
Webinar: How to evaluate and take into account public perception in geothermal district heating and cooling projects
The EU-funded CROWDTHERMAL project and the COST Action CA18219 'Research network for including geothermal technologies into decarbonized heating and cooling grids –...
CROWDTHERMAL First International Conference: Introducing our services for community-funded geothermal projects
On 7 April 2022, the CROWDTHERMAL project organised its first international conference with a view to introducing its services for community-funded geothermal projects to the public.
First Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Day event: “Bringing Geothermal heating and cooling networks closer to the people”
The Geothermal District Heating and Cooling Day intends to connect science and society by presenting recent developments and prospects, supporting the interlinking of stakeholders across Europe and jointly addressing present challenges and barriers for the deployment of geothermal energy supported heating and cooling networks in Europe.
The EU-funded CRWODTHERMAL project invites geothermal project developers to an introductory webinar on its services.
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