MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #12 Brussels

Modelling the interference of thermally unbalanced Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage systems Estelle Petitclerc (GSB) & Alain Dassargues (Liege University), 22 September 2021 In the pilot-area of Brussels, GSB focused on gathering data from two Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) operatingRead more

MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #11 Cork

Assessment of hydrochemical and temperature measurements H. Bishop (GSI), 20 September 2021 Cork City is in the southwest of Ireland in the province of Munster. The city centre is located between two river channels that meet downstream at the easternRead more

MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #10 Bratislava

Assessment of groundwater temperature measurements in an urbanized area R. Cernak (SGIDS), 30 August 2021 Bratislava is in southwestern Slovakia at the foot of the Malé Karpaty Mts. sitting on both banks of the river Danube. It is a mainRead more

MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #9 Vienna

Identifying underground urban heat islands in Vienna using groundwater temperature measurements C. Steiner (GBA), 18 August 2021 Field measurements for MUSE in the pilot area Vienna focused on the shallow groundwater body, which consists of gravelly river sediments, on theRead more

MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #7 Cardiff

City-scale groundwater temperature characterisation to support the development of shallow geothermal energy A. M. Patton (BGS), 27 July 2021 In 2014, BGS carried out temperature depth profiling at 169 groundwater monitoring boreholes across Cardiff, U.K., to characterise groundwater temperatures atRead more

MUSE pilot area activities – RESULTS – #6 Zagreb

Results of groundwater heat exchanger monitoring in the urbanized area of the city of Zagreb S. Borovic (HGI-CGS), 19 July 2021 Zagreb, as other large urban areas, has significant heating and cooling demand, and it is clear that many investorsRead more

Pilot area activities – #12 Thermal groundwater use in the urbanized area of Zagreb, Croatia

Stasa Borovic, 14 April 2020 Groundwater temperature monitoring of two open loop systems Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, and by far the largest urban agglomeration in the country (≈800 000 inhabitants). The city area can be divided into alluvialRead more