Europas Udnyttelse af Geotermiske Ressourcer: Europas Udnyttelse af Geotermiske Ressourcer

Sofie Valentin Rasmussen, Christian Mogensen, Camilla Edahl Frederiksen, Alma Pérez Thormar Skardhamar & Sebastian Winther Danielsen

Studenteropgave: Fagmodulprojekt


This project stemmed from one group members fascination of Iceland, and its geothermal properties. The group was formed around the hypothesis, that European countries haven’t taken full advantage of the geothermal resources available to them.

The topic of renewable clean energy is currently very relevant, as countries all around the world struggle to reduce their carbon footprint. With this in mind, the group travelled to Iceland to identify the benefits of geothermal energy usage. To do this, the group visited the Hellisheidi power station, and interviewed an expert in the field of renewable and geothermal energy, Dr. Randall Morgan Greene.

With the experience and information from Iceland, the group sought to analyse four countries in Europe, to reach an understanding of whether the countries could reap the benefits of the geothermal ressource available to them. These countries include Denmark, Italy, France and Turkey. Through the analysis, the group looked to find out if geothermal extraction can have a key role within the renewable energies of the future

UddannelserGeografi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor
Udgivelsesdato4 jan. 2020
Antal sider31
VejledereSimon David Herzog


  • Geotermi
  • Geotermisk Energi
  • Grøn omstilling
  • Island
  • Danmark
  • Italien
  • Tyrkiet
  • Frankrig
  • Potentiale