The 2nd Iceland Geothermal Conference, which took place between the 5th and 8th of March 2013, in Reykjavík, helped to deliver a positive message on the possibilities within the green energy industry, according to various online reviews.
600 participants, delegates, and exhibitors attended the conference to discuss changes and forward thinking within the energy industry. There were 55 presentations given by global figureheads from within the sector and the presenters came from 24 countries from all over the world. The IGC 2013 program can be is available here below.
The closing presentation was given by President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, who talked about the challenges posed by global warming and his vision of how Iceland’s green economy can serve as a model to the rest of the world, a country which has been described as a world-class leader in the use and development of geothermal technologies.