Webinar on large-scale water heat storage systems
Our cooperation partners AEE INTEC, the Johannes Kepler University Linz, the engineering office ste.p and the University of Innsbruck are pleased to invite you to a webinar, within the framework of the research project gigaTES, which among other things dealt with large-scale heat storage systems. The webinar will take place on November 30 and will once again highlight the most important findings of the project.
Our cooperation partners AEE INTEC, the Johannes Kepler University Linz, the engineering office ste.p and the University of Innsbruck are pleased to invite you to a webinar, within the framework of the research project gigaTES, which among other things dealt with large-scale heat storage systems. The webinar will once again highlight the most important findings of the project.
Large-scale storage facilities are a central building block for a district heating network supplied 100% with renewable energies. Accordingly, a high degree of flexibility can be enabled by storing renewable heat or waste heat from the summer to the winter season. The gigaTES project aimed to develop large-scale storage concepts for urban neighborhoods that are supplied exclusively or to a high degree with renewable energy.
18 international partners from research and industry worked together under the leadership of AEE INTEC. On behalf of SOLID, Maria Moser will discuss application examples and boundary conditions of large-scale water heat storage systems.
Large underground storage tanks are already known from Danish heating networks with a high solar fraction. The currently largest earth basin storage in Vojens, Denmark, holds 210,000 m3 of water. This corresponds to about 25 percent of the heat demand of the small town with its nearly 8,000 inhabitants. gigaTES investigated storage facilities between 100,000 and 2 million cubic meters.
The webinar aims to inform decision-makers and experts from district heating operators, energy companies, planning offices and authorities about boundary conditions, state of the art, costs as well as integration possibilities of large water heat storage systems.
Registration for the webinar is free of charge. After registration you will receive a link to participate in the webinar. Please register here.
For the program overview, please click here.
For more info about the project, please click here.
The lead project gigaTES (FFG No.: 868852) is funded by the Climate and Energy Fund and carried out within the framework of energy research under project number 860949.
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