MEET - Multi-sites EGS Demonstration

Welcome to the MEET Project website !

The MEET Project 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.

RECENT NEWS & EVENTS

JOB OFFER: 1 Post-Doctoral researcher

The GEOS department, B2R team of the Institut Polytechnique UniLaSalle in France invites applications for the position of 1 Post-Doctoral researcher starting from 1st April 2020. The position is funded within a larger EU-Horizon 2020 project for a period of 12 months.   Click here to see the entire proposition.

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MEET Geothermal Spring School 2020

The CY Cergy Paris University partner is organizing a practice-oriented geothermal training programme between 16th-20th of March, 2020. The MEET Geothermal Spring School 2020 is aiming to: – allow MEET participants to share their experience obtained during the first 24 months of the project – learn about geothermal energy, exploration and production thanks to the invitation…

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Organic Rankine Cycle installation in Vermilion site (Chaunoy, France)

A part of MEET project consists in the the demonstration of electricity and thermal power generation from various geological contexts. Six demonstration sites were selected based on temperature, flow and geological environment. The first demonstration sites are Chaunoy (France, sedimentary geological context), Soultz-sous-Forêts (France, granitic geological context) and Reykjanes (Iceland, volcanic geological context).  On these…

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