Don’t miss the exciting and wide range of content to be presented at the first day of the WGC2020+1 Virtual Event Series kicking off Tuesday, April 13, 2021.
The World Geothermal Congress 2020+1 Virtual Event Series is now kicking off with the first big day on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. For a recording of the official start click here.
The format can be overwhelming yet provides an incredible and unique opportunity for everyone registered to listen to all papers being presented and get access to the live Q&A sessions with the authors.
Traditionally, the technical program of the World Geothermal Congress is held on site in a myriad of parallel sessions never allowing attending all the presentations you want. This year in its electronic format it is completely different.
It will feature 18 hours of material in four parallel tracks with 9 sessions in each track. Each session will have 6 pre-recorded presentations followed by a 30 min live Q&A session. This makes a total of 216 presentations. And the fantastic thing about it is, you don’t have to worry missing anything … you can go into the system up to a year after the event and access all the presentations and the recorded Q&A sessions.
With the set-up, WGC will start at 1:00am UTC (Iceland), which is day time from New Zealand, Japan, Philippines and Indonesia, New York, Houston, Calgary and San Francisco. Going for 18 hours, you will always find a day time opportunity to log in. But the availability any time after the event makes this quite unique.
The technical program has been split into five days all set up under a different theme. For the first day on April 13, 2021 the overarching theme is “Business & Environment”.
The topics are:
- Country Updates
- Environmental & Societal & Cultural Aspects
- Legal & Regulatory Aspects
- Economics & Financing
- Geothermal Education
- Sustainability & Climate Change
- Business Strategies
- Case Histories
You can find the full and detailed program here: wgc2020.com/programme/
So don’t miss it, pull out your registration details or register on the website in time to get access to the virtual program.