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BO 01 ATES SYSTEM FOR HEATING AND COOLING IN MALMÖ

  • Olof Andersson
Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 234)

Abstract

Newly established residential area in Västra Hamnen (West Harbour) in the city of Malmö uses Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) as part of the district heating and cooling system. ATES system has 5 warm and 5 cold wells that are 70–80 m deep. Cold from the nearby sea (Öresund) and water cold from heat pump is stored from winter to summer. The purpose of the system is to deliver free cooling to district cooling system at a temperature level below +6.8 °C. Operational experiences and economic aspects are discussed.

Keywords

Heat Pump District Heating Aquifer Storage Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Storage Load 
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References

  1. SWECO VIAK AB, 1999. Aquifer Storage for Bo 01, Technical Description and Environmental Consequences, Consultancy report in Swedish, Sweco Viak AB Malmö, 1999-03-15, Commission Number 1240.174.000.Google Scholar
  2. SWECO VIAK AB, 2000. Well Construction, Results of control and documentation, Consultancy report in Swedish, Sweco Viak AB Malmö, 2000-06-21, Commission Number 1340.174.300.Google Scholar

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© Springer 2007

Authors and Affiliations

  • Olof Andersson
    • 1
  1. 1.SWECO VIAK ABMalmöSweden

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