Deep geothermal energy has so far been a niche application, but it offers the potential for a significant contribution, especially to the heat transition in Germany - e.g., as a base-load-capable heat source for a municipal district heating network. This offers opportunities for climate-neutral, secure supply, although exploration, drilling and other risks must be addressed early and in a structured manner for successful project planning. Many projects are stand-alone and therefore first-time projects by the operator - whether by a municipal company or an industrial company for its own use. This means an increased need for information and support especially on the "upstream" aspects of such a project. Therefore, within the framework of a BVEG project group, the "Range of services Geothermal energy" was developed as a structured planning aid for deep geothermal energy projects in Germany - especially as an aid for potential operators to efficiently and successfully implement such a complex project. This web seminar highlights motivations, findings and results of this work.