Full title of project: Near-surface Geothermal REsources in the Territory of the Alpine space
Project acronym: GRETA
Programme priority: Priority 2 - Low-carbon Alpine Space
Programme priority specific objective: Fostering shallow geothermal energy in the Alpine Space
Start date: 2015-12-16
Closure date: 2018-12-14
ERDF Co-Financing Rate: € 2.308.233 / 85%
Total Project Budget: € 2.962.952 (including Universität Basel, not funded by ERDF)
The aim of the GRETA project is to demonstrate the potential of NSGE in the Alpine Space and to foster its integration into future energy plans at different administrative levels. For this purpose, transnational-congruent criteria will be defined for the efficient implementation and operation of NSGE systems. The same criteria will also be implemented to develop a spatial explicit assessment of the potential (technical, economic, environmental, social) of these systems in the Alpine region. The country-specific regulations and practices will be reviewed and the best-practice specifications will be summarized into guidelines through close interaction and continuous feedback with relevant stakeholders. The outputs of the project will serve to promote and guide the implementation of shallow geothermal energy into policy instruments, e.g., the energy plans of municipalities or planning bureaus.
Greta on Cesba
Some of the Greta outputs are on Cesba.
To discover them, go to greta guidelines and choose your profile.
Technische Universität München - TUM, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Geologische Bundesanstalt - GBA (Geological Survey of Austria)
Geološki Zavod Slovenije - GEOZS (Geological Survey of Slovenia)
Politecnico di Torino - POLITO
Eurac Research (Bolzano/Bozen)
Infrastructures Durables Rhone-Alpes - INDURA
Project results are available on the website: GRETA result website
Go to Greta guidelines to discover them!