Norwegian Centre for Geothermal Energy Research (CGER)

CMR is host for Norwegian Centre for Geothermal Energy Research (CGER) with14 partners from research and industry

Norwegian Centre for Geothermal Energy Research (CGER)

Norwegian Center for Geothermal Energy Research (CGER) was established on 2nd  February 2009. The Center, which has partners from all over Norway, is based in Bergen with Christian Michelsen Research AS (CMR) as the Host Institution.

The Center gathers key research and industrial partners, and builds a platform which strengthens national cooperation in research and technology development within geothermal energy research and development. The Center covers through its Partners a range of areas within fields such as resource mapping and geological surveys, drilling technology, environmental impacts, reservoir engineering, process technology, energy conversion and system modeling.

Geothermal energy as a source for heating, cooling and power generation is covered by the center's areas of interest.



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