Field-test results of aquifer thermal energy storage at St. Paul, Minnesota

  • Hoyer M
  • Hallgren J
  • Eisenreich S
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A field-test facility for aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) was designed, constructed, and operated to study the feasibility of moderately high-temperature thermal energy storage in a confined aquifer. From 46% to 67% of the energy added to the injected water was recovered during a cycle. A summary of representative results and findings is provided. A bibliography of project reports and papers is also given. -from Authors

Author-supplied keywords

  • Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES)
  • Aquifers
  • Energy
  • Field test facility (FTF)
  • Groundwater geochemistry
  • Heat storage
  • Test facilities
  • Thermal Storage
  • USA, Minnesota, St Paul
  • Water levels
  • Water wells
  • aquifer
  • groundwater
  • thermal energy storage

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  • M Hoyer

  • J Hallgren

  • S Eisenreich

  • R Sterling

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