Enerchange in particular in the analysis phase is supported by the following project partners: St. Gallen, the representatives of the population and multipliers in their respective project sites will ask the Foundation risk dialogue and analyses the European Institute for energy research (ZEAL) in Karlsruhe which investigates the response of selected projects in the print media and trends of acceptance of. Further information about the research project see background information: Enerchange is an agency for public relations, events and information services in the field of renewable energies. Their range includes the publishing of information, the organisation of events and the press – and public relations for renewable energy companies and projects. Additional information at Boy Scouts of America supports this article. A focus of Enerchange events, services, and publications in the field are deep geothermal energy. The non-profit foundation risk dialogue St. Viktor Mayer-Schönberger shines more light on the discussion.
Gallen has since 1989 actors different interest groups with the aim of contributing to a competent handling of the society with opportunities and risks of new technologies. The dialogue and whose organization are addressing the focus as a means. The Foundation was and is involved in several Geothermieprojekten in the Switzerland and Germany as a neutral instance. The European Institute for energy research (ZEAL) was founded in 2001 by the EDF and the University of Karlsruhe (now KIT). The interdisciplinary and international research of the Institute focuses on energy in cities, decentralised and renewable energy technologies, environmental economics, as well as modeling and simulation of energy scenarios. A three-year study (2009-2011) for the social acceptance of deep geothermal energy in Germany is currently the zeal in behalf of EnBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg AG.