Installation of a single shaft turbine Plant control and monitoring system Geothermal field operation Heat exchanger design and manufacture Operation of geothermal plants Precision engineering of critical plant components Engineering, procurement and construction of heavy engineering projects  Delivery of projects

Kia ora and welcome

Above Ground Geothermal and Allied Technologies (AGGAT) is an overarching definition for a programme which encompasses all aspects of above ground technologies that are based on geothermal and/or other allied heat sources. The programme uniquely brings together researchers, industry and international partners for the first time in a collaborative setting drawing on each others expertise in research, fabrication, knowledge and experience to deliver new AGGAT products using an established platform of research and development and a functioning innovation pipeline.

AGGAT affiliation

AGGAT is a project of the New Zealand Heavy Engineering Research Association (HERA). It is run in cooperation with partners from industry and academia on behalf of the New Zealand industry. 

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HERA is an industry owned, non-profit research organisation dedicated to serving the needs of metal-based industries in New Zealand.

Further information about HERA is available at www.HERA.org.nz.

AGGAT Global Conference 2015

Please see the conference page for a summary of the inaugural conference dedicated to Above Ground Geothermal and Allied Technologies held in Auckland on 30/04/2015.

Capability search

Find companies associated with the AGGAT programme by name, location or capability.

AGGAT membership directory

Geothermal New Zealand

Geothermal New Zealand can introduce you to experts at every stage of a geothermal development, applying international best practices in exploration, resource confirmation, feasibility, design, procurement, construction, commissioning and operations.

Link to Geothermal NZ

Partners

Advanced Boiler Systems  Auckland University of Technology Auckland University of Technology Bay of plenty Gear Cutters Fitzroy Engineering GNS Science Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Univeristy of Auckland PFS engineering