The bedrock of the energy transition: unlocking geothermal energy’s potential to decarbonise Europe

Geothermal energy currently covers the needs of 20 per cent of European citizens’ via district heating and cooling. It is a versatile renewable energy source that can be deployed at any scale for many uses from space heating to industrial process heat, but also for supplying flexible renewable electricity or even produce strategic minerals such as lithium.

As the EU and many other countries are undergoing a rapid intensification of their energy transition policies, geothermal energy is increasingly recognized as the missing piece of many energy and climate plans.

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Thomas Garabetian

Senior Policy Advisor

European Geothermal Energy Council

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