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Geothermal Energy Advancement Association

The Geothermal Energy Advancement Association (GEAA) advocates increased investment in geothermal energy and increased awareness of this sustainable source for near zero-carbon power, heat, and hot water. The Association is a not-for-profit organisation offering leadership, dialogue, and information in the energy transition debate, supporting the role of geothermal in transitioning to a world that will use less petroleum specifically and fossil fuels in general.
GEAA officially took effect on April 14.

Jon Gluyas & Chris Sladen - Founders
Jon Gluyas. Jon is Director of the Durham Energy Institute at Durham University in northeast England. He is also the University lead on UK Industrial Strategy and is Professor of Geo-energy, Carbon Capture & Storage. Most of Jon’s career spanning 40 years has been in developing expertise in geo-energy delivery, technology, and research. In geothermal energy this includes the drilling of deep resea
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Geothermal Energy Case Studies 1: Exploiting newly abandoned or late-life E&P wells
....a sustainable alternative to P&A-ing and walking away!
15 Oct 2021

Building a Geothermal Energy business
….to what extent can a 'geothermal business' yield good economic returns?
09 Jul 2021

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