Training and study visits


Training workshops in Poland and study visits to Iceland


Dear Sirs,

Training workshops in Poland (oriented towards broadening the knowledge on geothermal energy and its use for heating purposes) and study visits to Iceland (learning more about heating facilities based on geothermal energy) are implemented under the “Capacity building of key stakeholders in the area of geothermal energy” Project, financed from the EEA FM.

They are intended for the Projects participants employed in Polish institutions and companies that represent any of the Project target groups involved in different ways in the existing or planned activities or projects focusing on the use of geothermal for heating purposes in Poland:

  • governmental administration and different levels of local governments,
  • operators and investors of the existing, implemented and planned heating plants and other geothermal heating/ power facilities,
  • beneficiaries of public programmes supporting the recognition of resources and use of geothermal energy in Poland,
  • employees of geological administration and services,
  • scientific research institutions,
  • service providers, consultants,
  • heat distribution and geothermal organisations and NGOs,
  • other geothermal sector entities.

Find out more about the Project in the leaflet:

Training workshops in Poland

3 rounds: in 2021 (webinar form), 2022 and 2023 (probably stationary). A participant may take part in one round.

Study visit to Iceland

3 rounds: in 2022 (2 rounds) and in 2023 (1 round). A participant may participate in one round.

The Project Leader makes the final decision on the participants’ qualification for the workshops.


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Project co-financed by the EEA Financial Mechanism for 2014-2021, “Environment, Energy and Climate Change” Program, “Energy” Program Area, Poland.

Program operators: Ministry of Climate and Environment, NFOŚiGW

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