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U.S. DOE GeoRePORT System

Reporting Methodology: Overview & Uses

This website provides an overview of the Geothermal Resource Portfolio Optimization and Reporting Technique (GeoRePORT) System under development for the U.S. Department of Energy's Geothermal Technologies Office (GTO), The methodology is being developed as a means to consistently track and measure impacts of funding across both individual projects and diverse portfolios. Read More ...

About the Project: Goals, Objectives, & Motivations

This methodology was designed as a means for the DOE Geothermal Technology Office to compare funding opportunities and measure the research progress of funded projects. While the primary goal of this work is to provide a consistent system for the DOE's internal use, benefits are identified for both the geothermal industry and investors. Read More ...

How To: Applying the Methodology

The GeoRePORT System was designed to evaluate the quality and extent of research on the physical characteristics of the geothermal resource and the certainty of this knowledge. The GeoRePORT Protocol documents provide a step-by-step process for applying this methodology.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about the methodology? Check out our Frequently Asked Questions page for answers to questions we commonly receive. Read More ...

Development

See a list of past presentations, find upcoming activities, or review and comment on project documents. Read More ...

Other Classification Systems

Learn more about alternative ways to classify geothermal (and other economic resource) systems, from play type to economic viability. Read More …

Related References

Read the research used to develop the GeoRePORT System as well as other documents related to reporting methodologies.Read More …

      



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