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A Szetáv Kft. több, a nemzetközi kutatás-fejlesztés élvonalába tartozó projektben vesz részt, és mind kísérleti helyszínként, mind kutatói, műszaki kapacitásával örömmel csatlakozik pályázati konzorciumokhoz a távfűtés, energetika, megújuló energiák, "smart cities" terén.

Társaságunk ugyancsak nyitott felsőfokú, vagy posztgraduális képzésben részt vevő hallgatók, fiatal kutatók fogadására: szívesen biztosítunk adatgyűjtési lehetőséget, kutatási témát, helyszínt szakdolgozat íráshoz, PHD munkához, kutatáshoz.

A hallgatók, kutatók munkáját Egyed Erika képzési referens segíti, a konzorciális együttműködések zavartalanságát Hajnal Marianna pályázati referens biztosítja.

Első megkeresést kérjük, az info@szetav.hu címre megküldeni.

Call: H2020-LCE-2017-RES-RIA-TwoStage
Type of action: RIA
Topic: LCE-07-2016-2017
Coordinating organization:   ANTEA FRANCE

 

Consortium:

  • ANTEA FRANCE
  • SZEGEDI TUDOMANYEGYETEM
  • KARLSRUHER INSTITUT FUER TECHNOLOGIE
  • NEDERLANDSE ORGANISATIE VOOR TOEGEPAST NATUURWETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK TNO
  • POLSKA ACADEMIA NAUK INSTYTUT GOSPODARKI SUROWCAMI MINERALNYMI I ENERGIA
  • SZEGEDI TÁVFŰTŐ KFT.
  • G2H CONSEILS
  • MAGYAR FÖLDTANI ES GEOFIZIKAI INTÉZET
  • AMIAD WATER SYSTEMS EUROPE
  • GEOTHERMIE NEUBRANDENBURG GMBH
  • WELL ENGINEERING PARTNERS B.V.

 

The objective of the GEOCLASTIC project is to enhance deep geothermal exploitation in clastic reservoirs for electricity production or district heating/cooling purposes. Some of these reservoirs are already exploited in Europe but technological barriers limit their complete exploitation. The technical problems addressed are clogging, scaling and fouling of the reservoir and the installations which affect the sustainability of the geothermal operations.

The proposed solution is based on two axes:

I) The elaboration of a prevention plan to mitigate corrosion and scaling phenomena (operation conditions, choice of material, treatment): general guidelines and specific action plans for 3 to 4 pilot plants;

II) Development of a new Amiad’s automated microfiber technology compatible with geothermal applications. The objectives are the improvement of filtration rating from 2 μm to 0.4 μm and the extension of the maximum operation temperature from 60 °C to 70 °C. The system will be tested on 3 to 4 pilot plants.

The expected impacts are as follows:

I) Increase reservoir performance: power demand of reservoir pumps will be lowered to less than 10% of the gross energy generation and a sustainable yield will be maintained for at least 30 years by 2030;

II) Improve the overall conversion efficiency of geothermal installations, including bottoming cycle, at different thermodynamic conditions by 10% in 2030 and by 20% in 2050;

III) Reduce production costs of geothermal energy below 10 €ct/kWhe for electricity.

Call: H2020-LCE-2016-2017
Type of action: CSA
Topic: LCE-21-2017
Coordinating organization:   FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES GEOLOGUES

 

Consortium:

  • CRANFIELD UNIVERSITY
  • LA PALMA RESEARCH CENTRE FOR FUTURE STUDIES SL
  • SZEGEDI TÁVFŰTŐ KFT.
  • CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE
  • GEOPLAT
  • CENTRE FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND SAVING FONDATION
  • IGA SERVICE GMBH
  • IZES GGMBH
  • UNIVERSITA DI PISA
  • POLSKA ACADEMIA NAUK INSTYTUT GOSPODARKI SUROWCAMI MINERALNYMI I ENERGIA
  • SWECO ENVIRONMENT
  • EGS ENERGY LIMITED
  • ISLENSKAR ORKURANNSOKNIR
  • INSTITUT ROYAL DES SCIENCES NATURELLES DE BELGIQUE
  • FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES GEOLOGUES

 

GeoApp aims to remove environmental and social concerns that pose barriers the penetration of geothermal energy to the energy mix. This will be done by conducting a thorough investigation of real and perceived environmental and social concerns, developing new methods to ensure public engagement, and subsequently deploying these methods in the form of a trans-European public empowerment campaign covering the European Union.

GeoApp will dedicate considerable attention to psychological and technological issues that are likely to raise questions and concerns within the public. The goal is to assess the nature of such public concerns and perceptions for different types of geothermal technologies, considering deep and shallow geothermal installations separately, as well as various hybrid and emerging technology solutions. Particular attention will be given to topics that are considered sensitive, and may include active geoengineering solutions (e.g. EGS, CCS) and their associated environmental risks and impact (e.g. induced seismicity, emissions, and radioactivity).

Public awareness and perception will be investigated along the entire lifecycle of geothermal projects leading to an understanding how they may change with time. GeoApp will then create a social acceptance model for geothermal energy which will provide a contemporary understanding of public concerns, and could be used to anticipate concerns which are likely to be generated in a given setting even before they actually materialise.

The model will be used to develop a set of community tools for public empowerment, facilitating active public participation in the processes related to the promotion and planning of geothermal projects. In addition the project will develop a set of operational guidelines and tools for public communications for the developers of geothermal projects, covering the different types of geothermal resources and addressing likely concerns for various socio-geographical settings and technologies.

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