MEET - Multi-sites EGS Demonstration

Welcome to the MEET Project website !

The MEET Project (Multidisciplinary and multi-context demonstration of Enhanced Geothermal Systems exploration and Exploitation Techniques and potentials) aims at boosting the development of Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) across Europe in various geological contexts (sedimentary, volcanic, metamorphic and crystalline) by different means.

16 partners

The MEET project has 16 partners coming from 5 different countries

10% heat to power conversion efficiency improvment

MEET will demonstrate power production at low temperature by improving up to 10% the efficiency of heat to power conversion.

1 tool to replicate the technology

MEET will bring a decision making tool to target most promising sites for near future EGS capacity installation.

1,000 million tons of CO2 saved per year

The overall CO2 saving from geothermal electricity can be in around 1,000 million tons per year.


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Opening of a postdoctoral researcher position

The Geothermal Science and Technology group (Prof. Dr. Ingo Sass) in the Department of Materials and Earth Sciences at Technische Universität Darmstadt invites applications for the position of a Postdoctoral researcher. If you have: a PhD in Geosciences or related fields ; significant references in numerical modelling of THM coupled processes ; advanced knowledge in COMSOL…

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Unconventional geothermal reservoirs: Evaluation of analogue study areas and petrophysical data base for all four demo sites completed

To develop Enhanced Geothermal Systems (EGS) in unconventional areas, one of the main goals in MEET is the modelling of representative geothermal reservoirs in granitic as well as in folded and thrusted metasedimentary rocks of the so-called Variscan Orogen –an old Paleozoic mountain belt, which comprises the basement of large parts of Europe. Since model…

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MEET Geothermal Winter School 2021

SAVE THE DATE: 16-19th February 2021 CY Cergy Paris University (CYU) partner is calling the whole consortium to prepare for the training programme of the MEET project, the Geothermal Winter School 2021, which will be held at the Institute of Advanced Studies (Maison Internationale de la Recherche) of CYU this coming winter, in Cergy, close…

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Web-based mapviewer: presentation of the first version

A first version of the web-based mapviewer was presented at the GeoUtrecht – the annual geoscientific conference of the German Geological Society (DGGV). In contrast to the common approach, this time the national meeting was jointly organized by DGGV, KNGMG and the University of Utrecht ( and virtually held from 24th to 26th of August.…

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