Following a successful IGC 2013, where 600 participants from 40 countries participated in discussions on practical issues within the geothermal sector; we are now planning IGC 2016.
IGC 2016 will build on the experience from IGC 2013, focusing on the advantages of utilising geothermal energy and how they will benefit us. In collaboration with our sponsors, speakers and guests, we want to drill deep into three main topics: Operability, Feasibility, and Practicality.
The objective of Iceland Geothermal Conference is to increase awareness of the geothermal energy resource, build up new opportunities for our delegates and increase awareness of the value of geothermal resource.
Additional to an extensive and inclusive program including over 50 presentations, delegates will be able to participate on a matchmaking event taken place on Thursday, April 28th, and experience the show case Iceland by participating on a content rich field trips. Taka a look at the content overview here