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Shallow geothermal energy (typically between 50 and 150 m deep) is by far the most cost-effective technology for HVAC applications where there is both a significant heat and cooling demand. This is the case with larger buildings in our climate zone. Depending on the required capacities and geological parameters, a BTES (Borehole Thermal Energy Storage) system or an open system in the form of thermal energy storage (ATES) in a water-bearing layer (aquifer) is chosen.
Geothermal systems have a higher initial investment than conventional systems but a much lower consumption. Tenerga Energy Services wants to develop proposals that are more cost-effective than conventional systems for both the client and the user.
This can be interesting when the client and user are not the same party or when the client is interested in co-financing.