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.


Covid-19: 24th month MEET General Assembly

The MEET Project is facing the Covid-19 situation as many of H2020 projects over the world since many weeks. However, this pandemic did not stopped the partners’ motivation work forward this great demonstration project! The members of the consortium have decided to maintain the 24th Month General Assembly (GA) that was supposed to take place…

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Picture: The test heat exchanger at Soultz-Sous-Forêts, France (Source: ES) Corrosion is a form of damage that metals can experience when in contact with certain environments. Corrosion causes the metal to degrade which can lead to reduction in strength and leaking. There are numerous corrosion forms and the type of corrosion a component experiences is…

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Picture: Installation of Enogia’s ORC in Vermilion’s well in Chaunoy (France) [Source: Enogia] Geothermal is the natural heat of the Earth. For centuries, geothermal springs have been used for bathing, heating and cooking. But only in the early 20th century people start to consider geothermal as a practical source of energy with huge potential. Geothermal…

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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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