IGC Turkey 2019 - 4th International Geothermal Energy Congress & Exhibition takes place in November 6-8, 2019, again in Izmir at the geothermal Kaya Hotel, featuring an extensive program.
The Turkish Geothermal Energy Market has seen an incredible growth over the past few years from 30 MW installed power generation capacity in 2008 to 1200 MW as of September 2018. No other country has shown such an incredible fast and sustainable growth of its geothermal sector as Turkey has over the past 10 years.
The two-day event will bring together investors and financiers, license holders, developers, operators, suppliers, geoscientists, academicians, municipalities and authorities in Izmir. The event, featuring workshops, a trade show exhibition and congress will discuss will showcase geothermal projects worldwide, feed-in tariffs and funding schemes, economy of scale and cost reduction potentials, environmental impacts and explore prospects for the development of heat and electricity producing plants.
For the IGC Turkey 2019, we expect more than 300 high level delegates to discuss the challenges of the most fastest growing geothermal market in the world. With synchronous translation for Turkish to English and English to Turkish, the congress is accessible to both Turkish and international participants.
Looking forward meeting you there.
The Cluster of Applied Earth Sciences www.capes.hu is a hub in Central Europe for high tech companies and earth science laboratories offering state of the art services and solutions in geothermal research, mining, raw material, hydrocarbon exploration; research activity related to radwaste disposal projects; environmental management and R&D&I projects.
GREEN Chemicals provides service for water treatment, metal treatment, waste water treatment, geothermal, mining, oil & gas technologies, industrial systems, automation and adhesive areas. The company was selected as Turkey’s 411th R&D Center and is the 21st R&D center operating in the chemical industry.
– Presentation of the GEORISK Risk Register and Risk Assessment Tool– Establishing a geothermal risk mitigation scheme– The right scheme for the right market: conditions for schemes according to market maturity
– The Turkish example– Roundtable discussion: Feedbacks from GEORISK advisory committee members
– Deep geothermal market & opportunity analysis– GEORISK activities in third countries:
This year's field trip of IGC Turkey will lead to the Özmen-3 Geothermal Power Plant of Özmen Holding/ Sis Enerji Üretim A.Ş. in Manisa. The 22.3 MW Özmen-3 Geothermal Power Plant started operation in September 2019, following the approval by the Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources. Construction work on the plant started in July 2018. Engineering, construction and commissioning was conducted by EGESİM with an impressive 13 month of completion time.The achievement in completing the plant within 13 months can be credited to the close cooperation of EGESİM with the customer in every phase of the work on the plant, including:
All of the above with close, streamlined and mutual application of project management principles and tools. Another crucial element of the development and operation of the plant was the close involvement of the local partner for:
The Özmen-3 geothermal power plant was developed with an investment of USD 70 million and designed to be in operation for a 40-year period. The expected time of return of investment of the plant is expected to be 4.2 years. Based on extensive research carried out to evaluate the geothermal reservoir, it is estimated that there is potential for a future utilization of up to 120 MW. In the context of the installed capacity, the Özmen-3 geothermal power plant ranks no. 25 among the biggest geothermal plants in Turkey. Thanks to its capacity, an annual production of 149 MWh of electricity can be achieved, being able to provide cities with electricity for all daily consumption among others for households, industry, subway, business centers, government facilities, environmental and street lighting. In the context of household consumption, the Özmen-3 plant creates sufficient electricity for up to 89,000 residences. Özmen-3 is the second eco-friendly power plant built by EGESİM in an EPC capacity, with the complete process being traceable by smart control systems compliant with industry 4.0 standards. It is due to the quality management system of EGESİM in the implementation of the project that all components in the development and construction succeed and brought the project to completion within 13 months.
After the Congress Day all participants of the IGC Turkey congress are invited to get together at the IGC Lounge. The ambient atmosphere with finger food and drinks facilitates informal discussions and networking. So take the chance an join the IGC Lounge on November 7, 2019.
EGESIM, CLEMESSY and ATLAS COPCO have combined their vast experience, expertise, technology and innovations within the branch of energy in order provide the most efficient and productive solutions for Geothermal Energy, Waste Heat Recovery and Biomass Energy Systems and are continuing their EPC projects with success.
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GMK Energy is mainly innovative project design and R&D&I company which provides engineering, project design, consultancy, owner’s engineering, reservoir and well tests services for geothermal power
plant, district heating, greenhouse, fruit and vegetable drying plant, thermal hotel&spa investors in the geothermal energy market.
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The GEO-ENERGY EUROPE metacluster brings together the European know-how, technologies and experience in geo-energy, with an emphasis on its SMEs’ offer and a focus on deep geothermal energy. GEO-ENERGY EUROPE currently represents over 600 members, including 300+ SMEs, from 23 EU countries, and covers the entire deep geothermal value chain. The GEO-ENERGY EUROPE initiative is supported by the EU COSME program.
EGEC, the European Geothermal Energy Council, is a non-profit international organisation founded in 1998 to promote the European geothermal industry and enable its development both in Europe and worldwide, by shaping policy, improving business condition, and driving more research and development.
JESDER Geothermal Power Plant Investors Association of Turkey - Geothermal Power Plant Investors Association of Turkey represents 30 leading companies which are owners of EMRA Production Licenses. The main objectives of association is to reach for international standards at the production of geothermal energy in Turkey.
Chamber of Petroleum Engineers is a professional organization as a characteristic of public institute which is defined in Article 135 of the Constitution of the Republic of Turkey and was established on 13th of April 1970 in accordance with the Law on Union of Chambers of Turkish Engineers and Architects No. 6235.
Chamber of Geology Engineers founded due to result of the need for a professional organization entitled Geological Engineers and authorized to carry out applications for the geology profession in 1974. İzmir Branch is founded on 12 March 1992 as the Central Office of Eagean Region and covering, Aydın, Denizli, Manisa, Muğla and Uşak cities.
ThinkGeoEnergy, is a geothermal focused advisory firm working for corporate clients on strategic, marketing and corporate finance related activities.
The firm operates the leading geothermal news website and network, covering the complete value chain of the geothermal power sector and industrial scale direct use sector globally.
The Informationsportal Tiefe Geothermie is the content strongest and most actual news plattform about deep geothermal energy in the German speaking area. The website offers in addition to the news a monthly newsletter and an extensive mercantile directory related to the news and German geothermal projects.
JeotermalHaberler is the new geothermal news platform for the Turkish market in Turkish language. The is a collaboration between ThinkGeoEnergy, the leading global geothermal news platform and Enerchange. Website: www.jeotermalhaberler.com
Geothermal Association of Turkey was founded in 1992, which is a company that contributes to industry and technology, economy, economy and economy. Since that time Geothermal Association has been consulting to Turkish Government. Website: www.jeotermaldernegi.org.tr