A construction project of new collective buildings in Bucharest investigated the use of renewable energy systems for year-round heating and cooling. Shallow geothermal energy is an environmentally friendly and local solution providing inexhaustible energy, 24/7 and irrespective of the weather.
For this project, GEOEG collaborated with GreenTAGS to provide an opportunity study dedicated to the quantification of the geothermal potential of this project, for which a thermal activation of the supporting diaphragm walls was envisioned. To bolster this study, an economic analysis was also performed to investigate the cost effectiveness of the energy geostructure system.
kW of supplied renewable heating
kW of supplied renewable cooling
m² of activated surfaces