The German Geothermal Congress 2023
Geothermal house heating has worked wonders in Iceland and has the potential to heat homes across the world
Throughout the years, Icelandic experts have worked on numerous international projects providing specialised consultation within the field of geothermal based on decades of experience in Iceland and abroad. Icelandic companies and consultants have been involved in geothermal projects all over the world.
This year we will participate in, where an exciting exchange of knowledge and networking opportunities will take place. The congress serves as a dynamic platform for the German and international geothermal sector to come together, fostering innovation and sustainable solutions for our energy future. We are joined by 3 Icelandic companies who will actively participate in the program as well as present at the Nordic Forum.
In a recent milestone event, the German-Icelandic "Clean Energy Summit" shone a spotlight on the crucial role played by pioneering nations like Iceland in advancing the field of geothermal energy. The summit underscored the importance of expanding the utilisation of geothermal energy in Germany, setting the stage for meaningful collaborations and knowledge sharing.
For those interested in on-site meetings and further discussions, please reach out to Nótt Thorberg, Director of Green by Iceland at
ON Power is a leading power company that produces electricity, mainly by harnessing geothermal energy, to more than half of the population of Iceland. The company is a world leader in the utilization of geothermal energy, and produces electricity and geothermal water for heating.
GEORG is a non-profit research driven geothermal cluster initiative that brings together players in the geothermal field to form a strong force for rapid progress and value creation in geothermal research, engineering and design for the benefit of the society.
GEORG tasks span around following four topics:
1. Service and Support- Support to enhance research activity and cluster services
2. International activities- Enhancing cooperation and influencing strategy within geothermal sector
3. Grant application assistance- Seek and secure funding opportunities for research, development and innovation projects
4. Promotion- Increasing awareness of geothermal energy potential, research, development, and innovation
OR - Reykjavík Energy
Reykjavik Energy, a power and utility company, operates through four subsidiaries and is jointly owned by three municipalities. The company confidently strives towards using resources sustainably and cost-effectively. Its unwavering commitment is to provide households, businesses, and institutions with energy services at fair and competitive prices while adhering to statutory obligations.
Arctic Green is the leading exporter of the Icelandic success in geothermal and renewable energies to markets around the globe. Clean heating and cooling projects in over 70 municipalities across Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, specializing in geothermal as an anchor energy source. Arctic Green and its JVs form the world’s largest and fastest growing geothermal heating & cooling consortium with #1 Market Share in China and expanding projects across continents.