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Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) feasibility at the Ford Site, St. Paul, MN 

08-18-2017 08:52

Summary

Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) in a district energy concept was evaluated in Spring 2016 for the planned redevelopment of the 135-acre Ford Site in Saint Paul. ATES was identified as a technology that looks to the future, consistent with the overall goals of the Ford Site redevelopment project. The methodology and results of the feasibility study will be presented, including hydrogeologic, engineering, regulatory and financial evaluations and outcomes.

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Mark Worthington, Underground Energy



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Mark Worthington, Underground Energy