Bridging the Gaps: Advancing Superhot Rock Energy

Join us on May 28th in Björtuloft,
Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Centre
for a superhot rock workshop!

Superhot rock energy is a visionary energy source deserving of investment, and yet almost entirely unrecognized in the decarbonization debate. With the right funding and policy support, it could revolutionize the global energy system by providing the world with cost-competitive, carbon-free, always available renewable energy. But there are still technical barriers that need to be overcome before it can reach deployment scale.

Join GEORG and Clean Air Task Force for this workshop where we will explore the findings and technical gaps uncovered in five flagship reports focused on the capabilities necessary to create power and industrial heat from superhot (>400C) rock formations around the world.

This half-day workshop focuses on five key topic areas related to superhot rock energy: drilling, well design and construction, permeability creation, advanced surface equipment, and siting. For each topic area, CATF has commissioned a report to lay out the existing work in these areas and the gaps that still need to be overcome to deploy superhot rock energy.

Select reports will be available for distribution in advance of the workshop; reach out to Ann Garth ( to request a copy.

The workshop will include presentations from each report author, with time for audience Q&A.

The event is open to the public – space is limited so sign up soon. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

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