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Visit to Bispebjerg hospital's ATES facility

Today Energy Machines hosted delegates from Aalborg University for a facility tour of Denmark’s largest aquifer-based geothermal energy storage system (ATES).

The system provides 4.7 MW of heating and 5.3 MW of cooling for the 78,000 m² property of Copenhagen’s Bispebjerg Hospital, all powered by renewable geothermal energy. This results in an annual savings of approximately 1100 tons of CO₂.

Since its installation in 2018, the hospital has already saved 6600 tons of CO₂ — and counting!

Bispebjerg Hospital’s ATES system is one of the case studies investigated in GOES.


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