Gareth Jones, Paul Sikora, Pat Guilfoyle (Sirus), Mary Sikora, Laurena Leacy, Sheeda & Alistair Allen, Taly & Tom Hunter-Williams

Gareth Jones, Paul Sikora, Pat Guilfoyle (Sirus), Mary Sikora, Laurena Leacy, Sheeda & Alistair Allen, Taly & Tom Hunter-Williams

Cliffs of Moher Visit - May 2010

Paul Sikora, Sheeda Allen, Mary Sikora and Alistair Allen

Paul Sikora, Sheeda Allen, Mary Sikora and Alistair Allen

Cliffs of Moher Visit - May 2010

Paul Sikorra, Alistair Allen, John Burgess and Gareth Jones

Paul Sikorra, Alistair Allen, John Burgess and Gareth Jones

Cliffs of Moher Visit - May 2010

Gareth Jones of Conodate

Gareth Jones of Conodate

Checking out the hydrogeological potential for geothermal energy in karst limestone!! or following Speleological Interests - Clare, May 2010

Gareth Jones, Laurena Leacey and Roising Goodman

Gareth Jones, Laurena Leacey and Roising Goodman

Attending the Brecan Mooney Installation of the Year Awards - October 2011

Peter Dempsey & Peter Dempsey of Dempsey’s Well Drilling with Taly Hunter Williams – GSI

Peter Dempsey & Peter Dempsey of Dempsey’s Well Drilling with Taly Hunter Williams – GSI

The Geological Survey of Ireland stand at the Geothermal Energy Conference in Kilkenny - November 2014

Derek Reay and Dr. Rob Raine, Geological Survey of Northern Ireland (GSNI)

Derek Reay and Dr. Rob Raine, Geological Survey of Northern Ireland (GSNI)

Supporting the Geothermal Energy Conference in Kilkenny - November 2013

Padraig Briody of Patrick Briody & Sons Ltd

Padraig Briody of Patrick Briody & Sons Ltd

Supporting the Geothermal Energy Conference in Kilkenny - November 2013

Pipes and People

John Burgess, Robin Curtis and Taly Hunter-Williams at the Geothermal Energy Conference in Kilkenny, Nov 2013

Pipes and People

John Burgess, Robin Curtis and Taly Hunter-Williams at the Geothermal Energy Conference in Kilkenny, Nov 2013

GAI Committee 2013

Mark Mueller, James Byrne, Gareth Jones, Heather Murphy, John Burgess, Taly Hunter-Williams, Padraig Briody, Alistair Allen and Ric Pasquali

GAI Committee 2013

Mark Mueller, James Byrne, Gareth Jones, Heather Murphy, John Burgess, Taly Hunter-Williams, Padraig Briody, Alistair Allen and Ric Pasquali

The Geothermal Association of Ireland (GAI) was formed as a not for profit association in 1998 to promote the development of geothermal energy in all its forms in Ireland. GAI is committed to education and awareness building to promote the use of geothermal as a sustainable energy system in Ireland.

This website is a resource for GAI members and others interested in the development of geothermal energy in Ireland. The GAI is affiliated to the European Geothermal Energy Council (EGEC) and the International Geothermal Association (IGA).

Our Members

Glenergy

ESB International

Sirus

SLR

HPI

eurotech

GSI

GSI

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ARUP

Briody Drilling

Eco Cute

IGI

Some Geothermal Energy Facts

  • 3-4 units of heat are produced by heat pumps using 1 unit of electricity.
  • Allows for heating and cooling of home, office, industry & districts.
  • It is a Viable Sustainable Energy Source.