Large energy storage for urban areas

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    Large energy storages are often not feasible in urban communities due to insufficient areas or high land prices. This project investigates and analyzes the economic and social feasibility of repurposing pipes used for decontaminating soil as borehole storage. The benefit of this technology is that surplus heat can be used to treat areas with contaminated soil and provide local heat storage close to the demand.
    StatusFinished
    Effective start/end date01/01/202230/09/2023

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