La próxima conferencia del proyecto CHPM2030 se celebrará en Delf, Holanda. Todos los colegiados están invitados. Para más información en los siguientes links y noticia:
Why to attend the event: Discover new insights into the energy transition and how it affects geosciences
The world is changing, the energy industry is changing, and geologists needs to change with it. As we consider renewable energies, new models on how to distribute energy to its users, policies to encourage initiatives and our remaining dependency on the traditional energy industry, it remains uncertain how our society will come through the energy transition and where geoscientists will fit in the mix. Will they still have a central role and how will geoscientists adapt to this new world?
The workshop’s morning session will be discussing European policies that have been adopted to encourage the energy transition in order to gain an understanding of how these policies will provide directions for future developments: “Policy discussed by policymakers”.
The aim for the afternoon is to present actual projects where geoscience plays a key role in the implementation of the energy transition: “Projects presented by geologists for geologists”. In this context, an overview about the main outcomes of the CHPM2030 project will be provided, technological aspects will be highlighted and an outlook on the future economic development of the CHPM technology will be provided.
High-level speakers: Several key note speakers have confirmed their attendance
- Haitze Siemers (Head of Unit of the ‘New energy technologies, innovation and clean coal’ unit, DG Energy, European Commission)
- Ruud Cino (Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs & Climate Change)
- Vitor Correia (President, European Federation of Geologists)
- Lucia van Geuns (Strategic Advisor Energy, The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies)
- Adele Manzella (ETIP-DG; Italian National Research Council)
An optional fieldtrip “Exploring the Anthropocene”, on the Sedimentary dynamics of the Dutch coast – showing how the current Dutch landscape was formed during the Holocene sea level rise – will be organised on 24 May.
Full information is available at https://eurogeologists.eu/euroworkshop-geology-energy-transition/