Geothermal ERA NET. Guðni A Jóhannesson Director General, Orkustofnun, Iceland. Action Plan for JA Balladins Hotel Offenburg, Germany March 4th PDF

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Cooperation between European countries through the Blaine Harrington III Vineyards, Offenburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany Action Plan for JA Balladins Hotel Offenburg, Germany March 4th 2015 Guðni A Jóhannesson Director General, The is supported by the European Union's Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No AGENDA 1/2 9:00 9:15 9:45 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:15 12:30 Welcome by Host Country Overview by the Coordinator, Guðni A Jóhannesson, Summary of the decisions on JA from the PSB meeting in Leiden, Stephan Schreiber Presentation of NWW-Operation and Steering of research funding / Financial instruments, Switzerland/Iceland Coffee Break Presentation of WG- OPERA, Stephan Schreiber Presentation of WG- PRGeo, Hungary/Germany Presentation of WG- New Concepts, Iceland Presentation of WG- ReSus, Italy Presentation of WG GEOSTAT- Towards consistency, Iceland Presentation of WG- EGIP, Italy Lunch at the hotel AGENDA 2/2 13:30 13:45 15:00 15:30 16:15 16:30 16:45 Summary of the proposed action plan for the joint activities, Stephan Schreiber/Manuela Richter Discussion and final decision on action plan for the joint activities moderated by Guðni A Jóhannesson Coffee Break Road map for possible CFA, Gerdi Breembroek and Gunter Siddiqi Time-plan and next steps, Guðni A Jóhannesson Other items Final remarks and meeting summary 17:00 Meeting closed Optional: Discussion time for the several working groups. 19:00 Dinner at Gasthaus Brandeck, (Meetingpoint: In front of the hotel at 19:00, est. 15 min walk) What have we done so far? 2 nd EGIP Workshop Pisa External Technical Review Kick-off meeting Reykjavík 2 nd meeting Pisa 1 st EGIP Workshop Reykjavik 3 rd meeting Reykjavik 4 th meeting Pisa 5 th meeting Budapest 6 th meeting Gstaad 7 th meeting Trieste PSB meeting Leiden 8 th meeting Offenburg D 1.4 Newsletter D 1.2 Newsletter D 1.1 Website D 3.1 Report on the state of the art and needs in regarding geothermal data and existing tools to manage them. D 1.3 Newsletter D 5.1 Report with the inventory of principal stakeholders and classification of stakeholder on a national level D 2.1 Report with an inventory of existing support and funding schemes D 2.2 Report with an inventory of RD&D projects highlights D 6.1 Report with an inventory of existing mobility and programmes D 3.2 Feasibility study for a European Geothermal Database D M Periodic Report to the EU D 2.3 Report on technical & non technical barriers D 2.4 Report on future RD & D needs D 2.5 Actions to bridge gaps, overcome barriers and promote the use of geothermal energy in Europe WP4 Proposed Joint activities D 6.2. Recommendation for collaboration in the area of HR, mobility and training WP4 Joint activities action plan The steps ahead four major steps Leiden meeting Dec Develop and prioritize the Joint activities Assign WG leaders and participating countries Jan.-Mar working groups will meet and define action plan for each activity Offenburg meeting Mar Discussion and decision on action plan for the joint activities Mar.-Sep Implementing the joint activities & action plan ( NWW and WG work) Brussel meeting Sep First results of the working groups Discussion on further work and possible Joint Calls. Sep Mar preparation for Joint Calls, - Industrial Initiatives Further cooperation on JA1 and JA2 topics. Results of JA1 and JA2 topics presented Mar Publishing joint calls - if applicable Finalization of the project - April 30 th 2016 Further cooperation beyond the Geothermal ERA NET CFA?? Where do we stand? - Deliverables No Deliverable Name WP No. Lead participant Nature Dessimination Level [3] Delivery Date [4] Calander date D 1.2 Newsletter and other information leaflets 1 OS O PU 1 May 2012 D 1.1 Website for the project continuously updated 1 OS O PU 3 July 2012 D 6.1 Report with an inventory of existing mobility and programmes 6 RANNIS R PU 8 December 2012 D 3.1 Report on the state of the art and needs in regarding geothermal data and existing tools to manage them. 3 CNR R RE 9 January 2013 D 1.3 Newsletter and other information leaflets 1 OS O PU 12 April 2013 D 5.1 Report with the inventory of principal stakeholders and classification of stakeholder on a national 5 SFOE R CO 12 level April 2013 D 2.1 Report with an inventory of existing support and funding schemes 2 RVO R RE 15 July 2013 D 2.2 Report with an inventory of RD&D projects highlights 2 RVO R RE 15 July 2013 D 1.7 Periodic activity and management reports for the EC 1 OS R PU 18 Ocotber 2013 D 3.2 Feasibility study for a European Geothermal Database 3 CNR R RE 18 October 2013 D 1.4 Newsletter and other information leaflets 1 OS O PU 24 April 2014 D 2.3 Report on technical & non-technical barriers 2 RVO R RE 26 June 2014 D 2.4 Report on future RD&D needs 2 RVO R RE 26 June 2014 D 4.1 Report on possible schemes and barriers for the joint activities 4 Jülich R RE 28 August 2014 D 2.5 Report on required actions 2 RVO R RE 30 September 2014 D 6.2 Recommendations for collaboratin and proposals for joint actions 6 RANNIS R CO 32 December 2014 D 5.2 Report including the inventory and classification of stakeholders on European level 5 SFOE R CO 34 February 2015 D 1.5 Newsletter and other information leaflets 1 OS O PU 36 April 2015 D 1.8 Periodic activity and management reports for the EC 1 OS R PU 36 April 2015 D 5.3 Communication plan with key messages to principal European and national stakeholders 5 SFOE R PU 36 April 2015 D 5.4 Delivery of a comprehensive plan to successfully engage stakeholders for the development of a stra 5 SFOE R PU 36 April 2015 D 7.1 Report on developed tools for joint activates 7 CNR R RE 36 April 2015 D 7.2 Proposals for transnational activitie 7 CNR R RE 36 April 2015 D 4.2 Report on common interests & Action plan for joint activities 4 Jülich R RE 38 June 2015 D 6.3 Report from expert exchange scheme, including rules and guidelines 6 RANNIS R CO 42 Ocotber 2015 D 3.3 Report on the implementation of the European Geothermal Database 3 CNR R RE 45 January 2016 D 7.3 Evaluation Report from transnational activities 7 CNR R RE 46 February 2016 D 7.4 Analysis report with proposals on future programme collaboration (incl. stakeholder collaboration) 7 CNR R RE 46 February 2016 D 1.6 Newsletter and other information leaflets 1 OS O PU 48 April 2016 D 1.9 Publishable Final activity and management reports for the EC 1 OS R PU 48 April 2016 Budget new plan (48 months) Amended Requested EC contribution (in ) Original Requested EC contribution (in ) OS 2. RVO 3. SFOE 4. CNR 5. Jülich 6. ADEME 6.1 BRGM 7. RANNIS 9. TUBITAK 10. MESRS 11. MFGI 12. GeoZS 13. EDA Finances Personnel cost only New Budget vs. claimed the first 30M Amanded Personnel cost only Total reported costs M1-M OS 2. RVO 3. SFOE 4. CNR 5. Jülich 6. ADEME 6.1 BRGM 7. RANNIS 9. TUBITAK 10. MESRS 11. MFGI 12. GeoZS 13. EDA EGEC Geo ERA NET EERA-JPGE Paul Verhoef Head of Unit - New and Renewable Energy Sources, DG RTD at European Commission The is one of the few European initiative we have to strengthen the geothermal sector Industry Public authority Research Theme of todays meeting Discussion and decision on action plan for the joint activities 7 joint activities to discuss and plan. So lets get started Technical Review - summary Experts Comments Reaction by the Coordinator Realizations Lack of visibility and dissemination Reports lack a decent executive summary, Quality checks for deliverables can be improved The work already carried does not sufficiently use existing reports and studies realized with Commission support such as Geoelec, RH&C Platform, GeoDH ongoing projects etc... The project is late by about 6 months Some of the partners don t show a sufficient involvement in the project Keep the website up to date and use it more as a tool to disseminate information. The joint activities will be published at the website. Make sure to involve and inform stakeholders on the joint activities. The reporting template will include a executive summary section (with guidelines) Add executive summary in the already delivered reports. A systematic review process will be realized within the coordination office to ensure sufficient quality of deliverables. Make use of existing reports and studies already carried out within EU on geothermal. The coordination office, in cooperation with the EC, will initiate a formal communication between EGEC, EERA-JPGE and Geothermal ERA NET Speed up the work, with a strong discipline and productive follow-up by the coordinator the consortium should by able to make up this delay within a year. The members of the consortium who have spent less than 20% of their budget has to put in place the right work force to accelerate the process. The coordinator will ask for a clear workload prediction for the rest of the project in comparison to the budget allocated in the DoW. Those partners not able to deliver according to the budged plan should inform the coordinator in time, so the budget can be reallocated. The WP3 reports give the impression that there is no common view in the consortium to focus on the actions to be carried out. Coordination EGIP feasibility Office study to be improved strongly. The consortium has to rethink the target. The EGIP work needs to be refocused based on the experience from the Pilot Project. This should be dealt with in the EGIP WG. To be able to take EGIP further the feasibility study needs to be updated with stronger focus on the needs and impact of EGIP
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