Boreholes in Braedstrup
A combined concept involving solar heat, borehole storage and heating pumps for electricity regulation and up to 100% reduction of fossil fuel use in natural gas-fired CHP plants
 
Projektthema
 
  • Solarthermie
  • Geothermie
  • Speicher
  • Energieversorgung
  • Nah- und Fernwärme
  • Markt & Politik
  • Energiekonzepte
Aufgabe
 
  • Beratung
  • Technologietransfer
  • Wissenstransfer
  • Entwicklung
  • Forschung
  • Pilotprojekte
Förderung
 
  • Öffentliche Hand
 
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Projektdauer   01/2010 - 03/2012
     
Gesamtbudget   Total budget: DKK 23,688,000 (3.0 Mio Euro)
Funding: DKK 6,437,000 (0.8 Mio Euro)
     
Projektbeschreibung   The purpose of the project is to develop, design and demonstrate a total concept involving solar heat, borehole storage and heating pumps for electricity regulation and up to 100% reduction of fossil fuel use in natural gas-fired CHP plants. In the project, a team covering the total chain from development to end use will develop and demonstrate the concept.

     
Auftraggeber   ForskEL, ENERGINET.DK
     
Partner   PlanEnergi, Aarsleff, GEO, VIA, Braedstrup District heating Company (alle DK)
     
Ziel   The aim of the project is to design and demonstrate a total concept where a borehole storage, com-bined with solar collectors, heat pumps and a CHP-plant can reduce the consumption of natural gas and at the same time extend possibilities of electricity regulation.
Host of the concept will be Brædstrup Totalenergianlæg which is a production company – 100% owned by Brædstrup District Heating.
Brædstrup Totalenergianlæg is considering the establishment of a further 8.000 m² solar collectors. In connection herewith they also wish to establish a pilot borehole storage (incl. buffer tank) as well as a heat pump for cooling the storage.
In the long term Brædstrup Total Energy Plant wishes to opt out of using natural gas as their primary fuel. Therefore the idea is to gradually expand the borehole storage, the heat pump capacity as well as the capacity for producing heat from solar collectors and maybe other renewable energy sources. The natural gas would still be used for purposes concerning balancing and regulating the electricity grid.
     
Umsetzung  
  • Geological examinations

  • Design of pilot plant in Brædstrup

  • Implementation of the pilot plant and running in

  • Measuring programme

  • Dissemination
     
Ergebnisse    
     
 

Development of a combined concept involving solar heat, borehole storage and heating pumps for electricity regulation and up to 100% reduction of fossil fuel use in natural gas-fired CHP plants in Braedstrup

 

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Kontakt
Thomas Schmidt
schmidt@solites.de