HEATSTORE Project Update: High Temperature Underground Thermal Energy Storage

Joris Koornneef, Luca Guglielmetti, Florian Hahn, Patrick Egermann, Thomas Vangkilde-Pedersen, Edda Sif Aradóttir, Koen Allaerts, Fátima Viveiros, Maarten Saaltink

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Thermal energy storage technologies need to be further developed and need to become an integral component in the future energy system infrastructure to meet variations in both the availability and demand of energy. The main objectives of project HEATSTORE are to lower the cost, reduce risks, improve the performance of high temperature (~25°C to ~90°C) underground thermal energy
storage (HT-UTES) technologies and to optimize heat network demand side management (DSM). This is primarily achieved by 6 new demonstration pilots and 8 case studies of existing systems with distinct configurations of heat sources, heat storage and heat utilization. It will advance the commercial viability of HT-UTES technologies and, through an optimized balance between supply, transport, storage and demand, enable geothermal energy production to reach its maximum deployment potential in the European energy transition.
TitelProceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020+1. Reykjavik, Iceland, April - October 2021
ForlagInternational Geothermal Association
Antal sider9
StatusUdgivet - 2020
BegivenhedWorld Geothermal Congress 2020+1: Online and On-Site in Reykjavík - Reykjavik, Island
Varighed: 24 okt. 202127 okt. 2021


KonferenceWorld Geothermal Congress 2020+1
Forkortet titelWGC2020+1


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