Geoenergy is energy derived from the earth. The most commonly-used earth energies are fossil fuels, such as coal, peat, oil and gas. Geothermal energy – heat generated or stored within the earth – is a renewable geoenergy. Geoenergy also includes the energy technologies that interact with the subsurface, and includes carbon capture and storage (CCS).

Geological Survey Ireland produces maps, reports and user guides for shallow geothermal energy, and carbon capture and storage. Our sister division, Petroleum Affairs Division, regulates offshore and on-shore hydrocarbon resources.

Geological Survey Ireland is focussed on geothermal energy and carbon capture and storage.

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Explore the research carried out in the Geoenergy programme on shallow geothermal resources and other topics. for GSI Climate Change Actions (groundwater monitoring and modelling response)The provision of a hydrogeologist/groundwater engineer and geoscientist contractor services to develop a groundwater monitoring network and undertake modelling that will enhance the understanding of specific groundwater system responses to climate change. 10/10/2019 23:00:00 year's Fulbright-GSI Scholarship is Dr Brenda McNallyDr McNally from Trinity College Dublin will travel to Arizona State University and the University of Colorado, Boulder. 16/06/2019 23:00:00 City Geo-Environmental Challenges as addressed by Geological Survey Ireland10/07/2019 23:00:00 GHG emission mitigation: a preliminary investigation24/06/2019 23:00:00