It has been just announced the 4th Iceland Geothermal Conference in April 2018! Breaking the barriers and experience a geothermal week in Iceland.
The Early Bird Registration is already available online. Register here!
The Iceland Geothermal Conference (IGC) 2018 offers quality lectures delivered by carefully selected speakers from around the world and the opportunity to network with the world’s leading experts in geothermal. Conference guests can attend field trips to nearby geothermal areas led by Icelandic geothermal specialists. IGC is a nonprofit event sponsored by the Iceland Geothermal Cluster Initiative and is focused on the business side of geothermal development.
IGC 2018 is held on 24-26 April 2018 in Reykjavík, Iceland. The congress venue is Harpa, the magnificent concert and congress hall at the heart of Reykjavik. The conference offers an in-depth discussion of the barriers that hinder the fast development of the geothermal sector and how those barriers can be overcome. The focus is on the business environment through three separate themes: vision, development, and operations.
For those who want to take advantage of what Iceland has to offer, optional side events and tours are available, extending IGC 2018 to a full four-day event. April 24 is a full day with two side events taking place; one hosted by the Global Geothermal Alliance and the other, a seminar on reservoir modelling that is planned in collaboration with Iceland School of Energy. At the end of the day, those taking part in side events during the day will be welcome to attend the opening event of the IGC exhibition area, agenda for more information.