Our international project examples from the geothermal sector.
Heating Networks 4.0
Storengy develops innovative concepts for district and local heating networks that provide CO2-free heat all year round, even in areas that are not suitable for deep geothermal energy.
As part of the project Heating Networks 4.0" ENGIE Deutschland GmbH is planning the construction of a CO² free or poor local heat network for a former barracks site. Here, solar thermal energy is stored in a geothermal probe storage tank and made available to the local heating network again in winter via heat pumps.
Storengy Deutschland GmbH works within ENGIE on the various tasks from the preparation of a first feasibility study of the geothermal probe storage facility to the system simulation and the final design, realisation and commissioning of the storage facility.
Conversion of mines into heat energy storage facilities
In 2017 Storengy participated in the feasibility studies for the conversion of 2 former mining operations into geothermal and energy storage solutions. This issue is part of the solutions to be closely adapted to the context and needs of a project. The transformation of mines is one of the areas of decentralized and local energy storage in which Storengy wants to position itself.
Partnership with ENSEGID
In January 2017 Storengy and ENSEGID signed a partnership agreement to cooperate on innovative geothermal and seasonal energy storage projects. This includes techniques such as Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES), Borehole Thermal Energy Storage (BTES) and geothermal probe fields. These local, decentralised projects, adapted to urban renewal or the construction of eco-quarters, will provide innovative solutions for the storage of renewable energy, in particular heating and cooling.
Business Development - geothermal solutions