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Heat represents more than half of Europe’s energy needs and the vast majority of it comes from fossil fuels. Shallow geothermal energy can be the key to decarbonise heating and cooling, being a clean and mature technology that could be installed anywhere in Europe. Yet, it is widely considered as a niche technology, even if in a few countries such as Sweden and Finland, is becoming mainstream and 2 million geothermal heat pumps have already been installed.
The 2nd edition of the “European Shallow Geothermal Energy Days” will connect policy makers, scientists and professionals to discuss ways to boost the market uptake of geothermal heat pumps and underground thermal energy storage.