Hundreds of vertical geothermal boreholes for an innovative neighborhood
The Veillon neighborhood in Bussigny, Switzerland, will soon rise on the site formerly occupied by the Veillon VPC house. Lively, urban, and innovative, it will accommodate housing, a hotel, offices, but also shops, local services, and leisure activities. Close to public transport, this new district will respond to contemporary habits of work, accommodation, travel, and consumption. For this project, GEOEG designed a field of more than 200 vertical geothermal boreholes of 300 m in length and performed a thermal response test (TRT) on a trial borehole.
200 vertical geothermal boreholes of 300 m in length