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Hoekstra, N. (author), Pellegrini, M. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Spaak, G. (author), Andreu Gallego, A. (author), Rodriguez Comins, J. (author), Grotenhuis, T. (author), Picone, S. (author), Murrell, A. J. (author)
Heating and cooling using aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) has hardly been applied outside the Netherlands, even though it could make a valuable contribution to the energy transition. The Climate-KIC project “Europe-wide Use of Energy from aquifers” – E-USE(aq) – aimed to pave the way for Europe-wide application of ATES, through the...
journal article 2020
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Fleuchaus, Paul (author), Schüppler, Simon (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Guglielmetti, Luca (author), Opel, Oliver (author), Blum, Philipp (author)
The storage of heat in aquifers, also referred to as Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES), bears a high potential to bridge the seasonal gap between periods of highest thermal energy demand and supply. With storage temperatures higher than 50 °C, High-Temperature (HT) ATES is capable to facilitate the integration of (non-)renewable heat...
journal article 2020
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Bloemendal, Martin (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) systems provide buildings with sustainable space heating and cooling by seasonally storing and recovering thermal energy in the subsurface. The increased use of ATES in Dutch cities resulted in dense use of ATES in urban aquifers, often up to congestion level. Because thermal interactions among neighbouring...
conference paper 2019
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Bloemendal, Martin (author)
other 2019
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Beernink, Stijn (author), Hartog, Niels (author), van Meurs, Bart (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) systems combined with a heat pump save energy for space heating and cooling of buildings. In most countries the temperature of the stored heat is allowed up to 25-30°C. However, when heat is available at higher temperatures (e.g. waste heat, solar heat), it is more efficient to store higher temperatures...
conference paper 2019
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Rostampour, Vahab (author), Jaxa-Rozen, M. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author), Keviczky, T. (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) is a building technology used to seasonally store thermal energy in the subsurface, which can reduce the energy use of larger buildings by more than half. The spatial layout of ATES systems is a key aspect for the technology, as thermal interactions between neighboring systems can degrade system performance....
journal article 2019
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Picone, S. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Pellegrini, M. (author), Hoekstra, N. (author), Andreu Gallego, A. (author), Rodriguez Comins, J. (author), Murrel, A. (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) system make use of the groundwater to exchange energy with the building: in winter, groundwater is pumped from the warm well to the buildings heat exchanger and the building extracts heat from the groundwater as energy source for the heat pumps, while the groundwater will be injected in the cold well at...
conference paper 2019
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Hartog, Niels (author), Beernink, Stijn (author)
poster 2019
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Beernink, Stijn (author), Hartog, Niels (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), van der Meer, Marlous (author)
Energy consumption for space heating and cooling of buildings can be decreased by 40-80% by use of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES). ATES is a proven technique, however, it is not known how efficient currently operating systems are recovering stored energy from the subsurface and how this can be determined with available data. Recent...
conference paper 2019
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Jaxa-Rozen, M. (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author)
The modelling of social-ecological systems can provide useful insights into the interaction of social and environmental processes. However, quantitative social-ecological models should acknowledge the complexity and uncertainty of both underlying subsystems. For example, the agent-based models which are increasingly popular for groundwater...
journal article 2019
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Pellegrini, M. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Hoekstra, N. (author), Spaak, G. (author), Andreu Gallego, A. (author), Rodriguez Comins, J. (author), Grotenhuis, T. (author), Picone, S. (author), Murrell, A. J. (author)
A transition to a low carbon energy system is needed to respond to global challenge of climate change mitigation. Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) is a technology with worldwide potential to provide sustainable space heating and cooling by (seasonal) storage and recovery of heat in the subsurface. However, adoption of ATES varies strongly...
journal article 2019
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Olsthoorn, T.N. (author)
Aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) is a technology with worldwide potential to provide sustainable space heating and cooling using groundwater stored at different temperatures. In areas with high ambient groundwater flow velocity (>25 m/y) thermal energy losses by displacement of groundwater may be prevented by application of multiple...
journal article 2018
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Olsthoorn, T.N. (author)
A heat pump combined with Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) has high potential in efficiently and sustainably providing thermal energy for space heating and cooling. This makes the subsurface, including its groundwater, of crucial importance for primary energy savings. ATES systems are often placed in aquifers in which salinity increases...
journal article 2018
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Bloemendal, Martin (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) systems provide sustainable space heating and cooling for buildings. In future, many buildings in moderate climates rely on ATES for their space heating and cooling. <br/>However, the subsurface space available for heat storage is limited and, there is a trade-off between individual ATES system efficiency...
doctoral thesis 2018
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Hartog, Niels (author)
Aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) is a technology with worldwide potential to provide sustainable space heating and cooling using groundwater stored at different temperatures. The thermal recovery efficiency is one of the main parameters that determines the overall energy savings of ATES systems and is affected by storage specifics and site...
journal article 2018
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Jaxa-Rozen, M. (author), Olsthoorn, T.N. (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) systems contribute to reducing fossil energy consumption by providing sustainable space heating and cooling for buildings by seasonal storage of heat. ATES is important for the energy transition in many urban areas in North America, Europe and Asia. Despite the modest current ATES adoption level of about...
journal article 2018
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Oesterholt, F (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), van Bel, Nikki (author), van den Brand, Tessa (author)
Vrijwel alle drinkwaterbedrijven hebben ambities voor een klimaatneutrale bedrijfsvoering. Een aantal drinkwaterbedrijven probeert met opwekking van duurzame energie hun CO2-voetafdruk te verlagen. Een bijzondere manier van energieopwekking is de levering van thermische energie uit drinkwater, kortweg TED. Toepassing van TED moet een positieve...
journal article 2018
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Jaxa-Rozen, M. (author), Rostampour, Vahab (author), Herrera, Eunice (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Kwakkel, J.H. (author), Keviczky, T. (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) is an innovative building technology that can be used to store thermal energy in natural subsurface formations [1, 4, 10]. In combination with a heat pump, ATES can reduce the energy demand of larger buildings by more than half, which has made the technology increasingly popular in northern Europe (see...
conference paper 2017
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Jaxa-Rozen, M. (author), Rostampour Samarin, V. (author)
other 2017
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Bloemendal, Martin (author), Jaxa-Rozen, M. (author), Rostampour Samarin, V. (author)
The application of seasonal Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) contributes to meet goals for energy savings and greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions. Heat pumps have a crucial position in ATES systems because they dictate the operation scheme of the ATES wells and therefore play an important role in utilizing the storage potential of the...
conference paper 2017
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