Milestone reached for helium extraction from geothermal fluids

Researchers from the German GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) in Potsdam have reached a project milestone concerning the efficient extraction of helium from geothermal fluids through membrane-based gas-water separation technology. Generally, natural gas with a helium...
Field trip to Malawi – the “warm heart of Africa”

Field trip to Malawi – the “warm heart of Africa”

End of September 2023, the four scientists Franziska Wilke, Bettina Strauch, Martin Zimmer, and Simona Regenspurg from the German GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ), embarked on a sampling field trip in Malawi to collect gas, water, and rock samples within the project’s...
Meet our researchers!

Meet our researchers!

We asked the CRM-geothermal researchers to talk about their work on the project. Learn more via our YouTube playlist and discover the faces behind CRM-geothermal! ...
CRM-geothermal represented at COP28 in Dubai

CRM-geothermal represented at COP28 in Dubai

The European Federation of Geologists, an official observer organisation at the UNFCCC Conference of the Parties (COP), proudly presented two groundbreaking EU-funded projects at COP28 in Dubai – CRM-geothermal and CEEGS. These initiatives stand at the forefront of...
CRM-geothermal participates in Batteries Cluster Hub  event

CRM-geothermal participates in Batteries Cluster Hub event

On Thursday, 16 November, during the 2023 edition of the Raw Materials Week, the twelve EU funded projects that constitute the Cluster Hub ‘Materials for batteries’ gathered for their annual event in Brussels. The Cluster Hub has been initiated last year during...
CRM-geothermal at the 5th EnviroChem

CRM-geothermal at the 5th EnviroChem

Colleagues from the Izmir Institute of Technology participated in the 5th International Environmental Chemistry Congress (EnviroChem) held in Antalya, Turkey, from 30 October till 2 November 2023. The following papers relating to CRM-geothermal research were...