EGEC, the European Geothermal Energy Council, is a non-profit international organisation founded in 1998 to promote the European geothermal industry and enable its development both in Europe and worldwide, by shaping policy, improving business condition, and driving more research and development.
The Munich-based Geoenergie Bayern Beteiligungen GmbH (GEBB) aims to help develop the geothermal heat available in Upper Bavaria for use over generations. In cooperation with the responsible authorities, municipalities, representatives of public interests and the Bavarian citizens, integrated solutions are developed in order to always take sufficient account of the special features of project development on site. With the implementation of the planned projects, GEBB would like to make a contribution to the sustainable and environmentally friendly development of energy policy, which also provides a significant impetus for local value creation.
GEAA is a stakeholder driven Association that advocates increased investment in geothermal energy and increased awareness of this sustainable source for near zero-carbon power, heat and hot water.
Getech Group plc (AIM: GTC) applies its world-leading geoscience data and unique geospatial software products to accelerate the energy transition by locating, developing and operating geoenergy and green hydrogen projects.
The core objectives of the HPF are to achieve a medium to long term policy landscape which supports electrification as the cornerstone of the decarbonisation of heating and cooling, and to build the market for heat pumps by raising consumer awareness amongst individual homeowners, private and social landlords, developers and owners of commercial buildings and heat networks.
The British Drilling Association (BDA) is professional trade association formed in 1976, to look after the needs of the land drilling and geotechnical sector in its many formats.
The European Heat Pump Association (EHPA) represents the majority of the European heat pump industry. Its members comprise of heat pump and component manufacturers, research institutes, universities, testing labs and energy agencies. EHPA aims to provide technical and economic input to European, national and local authorities in legislative, regulatory and energy efficiency matters.
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