MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #3 Zaragoza

Defining the exploitation patterns of groundwater heat exchanger systems in Zaragoza city pilot area (Spain) Alejandro García Gil (IGME-CSIC), 31 May 2021 Within the MUSE project activities in the pilot area of Zaragoza city, we have collected information from 27Read more

New MUSE leaflet about shallow geothermal energy published

Cornelia Steiner (GBA), 6 May 2021 Have you ever wondered how one can actually use shallow geothermal energy? We explain the different systems available for heating and cooling with these renewable energy sources. Find out how they work and whatRead more

MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #2 Linköping

Multidiciplinary field measurements for a High Temperature Energy Storage site (HT-BTES) at Linköping Sweden Mikael Erlstroem (SGU), 22 April 2021 The heat storage at Linköping aims to shift around 50 MWh excess heat from a waste incineration plant during theRead more

Brand-new MUSE results: Fact sheets on shallow geothermal energy concepts

Ignasi Herms (ICGC) and Cornelia Steiner (GBA), 2 February 2021 Shallow geothermal energy is a renewable energy source recognized by the European Parliament in its DE 2009/28/CE and DE 2003/54/CE directives. It is a reliable and efficient technology that canRead more

Explore the new MUSE YouTube channel

Gregor Goetzl (GBA), 12 January 2020 MUSE launched its new YouTube channel! It delivers interesting facts between the lines and views linked to shallow geothermal energy and to our MUSE project in easy accessible video formats. In the first talkRead more

MUSE – Monitoring Closed-loop systems and Open-loop systems

David Boon (BGS) and Ignasi Herms (ICGC), 11 December 2020 Monitoring heat pump performance The complete instrumentation and long-term performance measurement of ground source heating and cooling systems is key for evaluating their real-world energy performance, running costs and CO2Read more

MUSE – Geothermal heat pumps, a highly dynamic market in Europe!

Gregor Goetzl, 26 November 2020 Heat pumps in Europe: Heat pumps, used for domestic heating, were introduced in the late 1970s to the European market. After decades of slow growth rates, heat pump sales have been experiencing a strong increaseRead more

MUSE and the underground urban heat island effect

Cornelia Steiner, 21 October 2020 The project MUSE deals with managing urban shallow geothermal energy in urban areas. It investigates resources of shallow geothermal energy in 14 pilot area cities in Europe. Knowledge about the temperature regime of the undergroundRead more

MUSE – Open-loop systems requirements & advantages

Radovan Cernak, 5 October 2020 Groundwater is a valuable natural source especially for drinking water. Additionally, using ground water for energy extraction is common in many countries for both heating and cooling. In general, these so called open-loop systems areRead more