Downloads

Here you will find the public results and downloads from the HEATSTORE project, including deliverables and other output.




Deliverables

Underground Thermal Energy Storage (UTES) – state-of-the-art, example cases and lessons learned
D1.1

State of the art HT-ATES in the Netherlands
D1.1 - Appendix I

Design considerations for high temperatures storage in Dutch Aquifers
D1.1 - Appendix II

Underground Thermal Energy Storage (UTES) – general specifications and design
D1.2

Interim report on UTES-type/site-specific simulators based on academic/research codes
D2.2

Benchmarking and improving models of subsurface heat storage dynamics
D2.3

Comparison of Danish PTES and BTES installation measurements with their corresponding TRNSYS models
D2.3

Incorporation of a new generation smart energy management algorithm (HeatMatcher) in CHESS
D3.6

Feasibility assessment & design for demonstration projects – learnings of an international workshop
D4.1

Monitoring plans: demonstration projects and case studies
D5.1


Reports

HEATSTORE risk assessment approach for HT-ATES applied to demonstration case Middenmeer, The Netherlands

Workflow to evaluate the risk of mineral scaling in a HT-ATES system and application to a potential site in Middenmeer, The Netherlands


Milestones

National screening process for Underground Thermal Energy Storage (UTES) sites in Denmark
MS1.2

Seismic reprocessing for shallow structure of aquifers
MS1.3

Theoretical framework for the representation of uncertainties
MS5.5


Danish HEATSTORE Theme Day
October 2020

Program

Presentation of the HEATSTORE project
GEUS

Survey of interests and review of geological conditions in selected areas
GEUS

Presentation of the PTES project
Høje Taastrup Fjernvarme

Presentation of the new insulation material 30HT86L
Termonova

New developed solutions
SOLMAX

Roles in HEATSTORE & Monitoring results for 2019‐2020 for Marstal, Dronninglund and Gram
PlanEnergi

Maintenance experiences from 2019‐2020
Dronninglund

Maintenance experiences from 2019‐2020
Gram

Experience from Toftlund
Rambøll

New cover solution implemented in Marstal
Aalborg CSP

Result of Thermography from the new cover solution in Marstal
DTU

Results graphic