DEI and its partners have launched a campaign to be exhibited at COP26 Green Zone in Glasgow on November 11th to highlight the importance of innovations for decarbonising heat to meet the goals of the conference.
Tapping into geothermal energy would be a ‘win-win’ for tackling climate change – and capturing and storing carbon can also make an invaluable contribution.
Those are two arguments outlined by Professor Jon Gluyas, from our Durham Energy Institute, as part of a new essay collection.
How can the world tackle the climate crisis and achieve a sustainable recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic in order to protect and promote public health? This autumn Durham University is leading a range of events exploring this issue.
The recently-formed Geothermal Energy Advancement Association (GEAA) is pleased to today announce its latest addition of Founder Members. Durham Energy Institute was an original founding member of GEAA and DEI Director Professor Jon Gluyas is President of GEAA.