A project to introduce geothermal district heating to Budapest could cut carbon dioxide emissions by 21,000 tonnes each year, Főtáv Nonprofit said on Wednesday.
The city’s first large-scale geothermal project with a capacity of up to 10-20 MWth is being carried out in cooperation with Icelandic company Arctic Green Energy, Főtáv said in a statement.
Fully 20 MWth produces at least 300,000-400,000 gigajoules of geothermal heat each year, meaning 14,000-21,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide as well as 20,000-30,000kg …
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Geothermal District Heating Project Starting in Budapest
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