GeoHeatPol – Geothermal energy
GeoHeatPol – Geothermal energy – a basis for low- emission heating, improving living conditions and sustainable development – preliminary studies for selected areas in Poland
Professor Beata Kepinski leads the Project. Director Department of Geology and Geological Concessions Piotr Nowak at right with Kirsti Midttømme CMR. Photo: Gunn Janne Myrseth, Head of Communications CMR.
Poland possesses proper geothermal energy to supply low-emission thermal energy. The goal of GeoHeatPol is to transfer knowledge, technologies and good practice from Norway and Iceland to Poland and apply geothermal energy in district heating as one of the Renewable Energy Sources. The project is lead by Mineral and Energy Economy Research Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences (MEERI PAS). The Norwegian Partners are Christian Michelsen Research, Sweco and NTNU. The project is funded by Norwegian and EEA Grant.
EEA GRANTS MEERI PAS