MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #4 Aarhus

Mapping potential sites for shallow geothermal energy and energy storage, -a desktop study from Aarhus (Denmark) Claus Ditlefsen (GEUS), 22 June 2021 The municipality of Aarhus consists of a large fast-growing urban area surrounded by open land with suburbs andRead 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

MUSE – Closed-loop systems requirements & advantages

Estelle Petitclerc, 4 September 2020 Applications of shallow geothermal energy either use closed-loop or open-loop systems. Here we explain the requirements and advantages of closed-loop systems and in follow-up blog we dive into open-loop systems. In closed-loop systems a heatRead more

Pilot area activities – #7 New construction of a shallow geothermal installation in Prague, Czech Republic

Jaroslav Rihosek, 5 February 2020 How to build a borehole heat exchanger for a single family house The Czech Geological Survey documented the construction process of a shallow geothermal installation in Slivenec municipal district of Prague in January 2020. OwnersRead more