Almost 30 years of experience

Since 1992

20 Countries working together

For one common goal

27 Members

As an ``informal club``

ENeRG, the European Network for Research in Geo-Energy

The mission of the European Network for Research in Geo-Energy (ENeRG) is to promote cooperation between European R&D organisations whose main interest is to conduct basic or applied research or technological development in the field of sustainable use of the underground for the energy transition.


30 Years

of Experience


The main objectives of ENeRG

To promote

the scientific and technical collaboration between Members (to function as a “broker” for international consortia)

To identify and match

opportunities and requirements for new R&D projects which will bring benefits to European citizens, industry, and public sector

To explore and promote

where appropriate, Members’ coordinated views on R&D, legislation, and policy issues

To inform/advise

members on EU’s and other international R&D programs and the possibilities to apply for funding

To foster interaction and exchange

of information between Members and national/European stakeholders

To disseminate

geo-energy research results and synthesized knowledge Europe-wide

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It is the aim of ENeRG to have as many European countries as possible represented in ENeRG, and to encourage public-private and worldwide co-operation

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ENeRG Network is growing

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    ENeRG Team

    Our Main References

    Alexandra Dudu is an ENeRG President for the biennium 2023-2024, succeeding Dr. Alla Shogenova from TalTech, Estonia.

    Alexandra Dudu currently leads the CO2 Geological Storage Department at GeoEcoMar, Romania.

    300 +

    Successful Projects

    27 +


    Secretariat, Eleonora Manoukian

    Eleonora Manoukian is a Research Associate at the Centre for Research and Technology Hellas (CERTH) of the Chemical Process and Energy Resources Institute (CPERI) in Athens, Greece.

    She has been appointed ENeRG Secretary in 2019.

    Newsletter, Yuliia Demchuk

    Yuliia Demchuk is a Board member of the NGO “Geothermal Ukraine”

    She is the Editor of the GEO ENeRGY Newsletter