Distributed geothermal low-temperature heating grids in urban areas (DEGENT-NET)

on Mar 23, 2016 in Biermayr, Forschung

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Distributed geothermal low-temperature heating grids in urban areas (DEGENT-NET)


Project description:

DENT-NET deals with geothermally powered energy networks (network temperature <30° C) to provide district heating and cooling by means of decentralized heat pumps. As part of an interdisciplinary exploratory to concrete technical and economic concepts two pilot sites are developed in Vienna and Salzburg. Through evaluation of detailed concepts generalizable success factors for low temperature heat grids are derived. Based on this consultation, the establishment of a demonstration plant as part of a key project is planned.

Client: FFG

Start: 03/2016

Status: ongoing

Duration: 12 months

Contact: Peter Biermayr

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Downloads: The final report will be provided after completion and approval by the client as a .pdf.

Fotocredit: Peter Biermayr / e-think