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24 Şubat 2022 Perşembe günü çevrimiçi olarak gerçekleştireceğimiz WinG Cam Tavan Webinar Serileri kapsamında sizlerle buluşmak için sabırsızlanıyoruz!

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Tarih – Saat : 24 Şubat 2022 Perşembe , 17:00
Platform: Microsoft Teams

Link: https://tinyurl.com/camtavan1

Konuşmacı

Ann Robertson-Tait, Global Chairs of WING

In the course of more than 35 years working exclusively in the geothermal sector, Ann has worked in 28 countries on hundreds of geothermal projects, including those developed for a combined power generation capacity of nearly 7 GW, and many more at earlier stages of exploration and development.  Her geoscientific work focuses on integrated analyses of multi-disciplinary data sets to quantify resource capacity, identify drilling targets, optimize resource sustainability and longevity, and reduce project risks. 
Ann actively promotes the visibility of geothermal energy by elaborating its value proposition, which includes a wide spectrum of utilization options.  This is fundamental to promoting sensible energy policies, informing electricity providers and customers, and increasing public and private funding to the only major source of renewable baseload electricity.  Because geothermal energy has synergies with other technologies and renewable energy sources, Ann has a focus on hybrid geothermal solutions that create new synergies and opportunities, multiplying the green benefits of individual technologies and advancing the wholesale energy transformation that is underway today. 

Ann completed an MSc in Geology at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, supported by a Fulbright Scholarship.  From 2018 to 2022, she served on the Board of Directors of Geothermal Rising (GR, formerly GRC).  She is an active member of the GR Policy Committee.  In 2020, Ann became the Global Chair of Women in Geothermal (WING), an international organization that promotes the education, professional development and advancement of women in the geothermal community.  In 2021, she was nominated to the Committee on Earth Resources at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, where she continues to relentlessly promote geothermal energy in all its useful and environmentally friendly forms.