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Final three lingual publication

All project results and presentations of the final conference were put on CD, which was disseminated among the target groups. Further copies of CD-s...

Final conference of the project T-JAM

The project partners have presented the achieved results on the final conference, which was holding on the 16 of September in Zalaegerszeg.

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Project


T-JAM helps to enhance the cooperation between the strategic thermal water resources managers and to recognize the future perspectives for the use of geothermal energy in the transboundary area of north-east Slovenia and west Hungary. The project contributes to establish a harmonized and sustainable joint management and monitoring of geothermal aquifers, which is of strategic importance to the neighboring countries. The mutual promotion and publications of the project result will contribute to a higher level of awareness among the present and future users and the general public on both sides of the border.


Specific cross-border objectives of the project

  • Performance of research and analysis in the border area to make a thorough evaluation of the transboundary thermal aquifer,
  • Elaboration of models of this aquifer, which will serve as a tool for monitoring and management of the thermal water resources,
  • Overview the current use of thermal waters and heat pumps in the eligible area,
  • Presentation and promotion of the heat pump technology,
  • Definition of the best practice technology for the thermal water use,
  • Elaboration of suggestions for the rational use of geothermal energy,
  • A critical evaluation of the existent legislations on the management of thermal waters and geothermal energy,
  • Suggestion for the joint management and monitoring of the thermal aquifers in the transboundary area.

Project duration

1.9.2009 - 30.10.2011

Total cost

547.166,16 €

Cofinancing

460.614,03 €

Target groups

  • Users of thermal water (spas, greenhouses, district heating)
  • National, regional and municipal authorities in the field of planning and environmental protection and water management,
  • Development agencies,
  • Investors in the eligible area,
  • Population of the eligible area

Project area



Thermal bath in the project area