The REFLECT research and results will be presented at a workshop on hydrogeochemical reservoir and fluid characterisation taking place at the University of Bern (Switzerland) on 7 and 8 September 2023. The workshop is co-organised by the University of Bern and the...
The REFLECT brochure for operators ‘Tools for Improving the Efficiency of Geothermal Operations’ showcases some of the most relevant results of the project research for geothermal operators. The tools that are featured in the publication are the following:...
Two articles featuring the research of the REFLECT project have been published in issue 54 of the biannual Diamond Open Access publication, the European Geologist. Issue number 54 is entitled ‘Geothermal energy – A geological contribution to the energy transition’....
The REFLECT project has recently launched the European Geothermal Fluid Atlas. Fluid data are collected from more than 20 European countries. In the platform, the layers provide point feature information presented on a base map, including geography, geology and depth...
The REFLECT project presented the main results of its research on geothermal fluid properties at the Final Conference organised on 19 October 2022 as a side event of the European Geothermal Congress 2022 in Berlin, Germany. Read the press release! The one problem...
REFLECT project partner Éva Hartai, from the University of Miskolc, has been nominated by EIT RawMaterials for the EIT Women Leadership Award for her activities in international projects, mostly for the successful coordination and management of the ENGIE project,...
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