Geothermal Energy (Geothermal TCP)

The Geothermal TCP provides a flexible and effective framework for international collaboration on R&D concerning the sustainable use of geothermal energy. 

Direct use of low-temperature geothermal heat (hot springs at Whangaroa, Atiamuri, New Zealand).*


  • Data collection and information
  • Deep roots of volcanic geothermal systems
  • Direct use of geothermal energy
  • Emerging geothermal technologies
  • Environmental impact of geothermal energy development


Contracting Parties: 14

Sponsors: 2


* Photo courtesy of Chris Bromley, GNS Science

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