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Elevation Grid for top Columbia River Basalt (CRBG) in the Portland Basin used in DDU Feasibility Study
The Portland Basin is a prime location to assess the feasibility of DDU-TES because natural geologic conditions provide thermal and hydraulic separation from overlying aquifers that would otherwise sweep away stored heat. Under the Portland Basin, the lower Columbia River Basalt G...
Bershaw, J. and Scanlon, D. Portland State University (2018)
Dec 01, 2018
Dynamic Earth Energy Storage: Terawatt-Year, Grid-Scale Energy Storage using Planet Earth as a Thermal Battery (GeoTES): Seedling Project Final Report
Grid-scale energy storage has been identified as a needed technology to support the continued build-out of intermittent renewable energy resources. As of April 2017, the U.S. had approximately 24.2 GW of energy storage on line, compared to 1,081 GW of installed generation capacity...
McLing, T. et al Idaho National Laboratory (2019)
May 31, 2019
Compiled Groundwater Chemistry Data and Identified Mineralogy for the Portland Basin CRBG Aquifer System as part of DDU Feasibility Study
Groundwater Chemistry data for the Portland Basin was compiled from published literature, as well as state and federal groundwater quality reports. Mineralogies were identified based on previous literature, as well as XRD and SEM analysis conducted at Portland State University. Up...
Svadlenak, E. Portland State University (2018)
Dec 03, 2018
Included in this dataset is a spreadsheet with the primary fault information used in the basin model, a spreadsheet with earthquake magnitude estimates, and a figure showing location of faults and microseismicity in the Portland Basin
Streig, A. and Wells, R. Portland State University (2018)
Dec 04, 2018
Seedling Project Report: A Novel Heat Pump Integrated Underground Thermal Energy Storage for Shaping Electric Demand of Buildings
This report presents a preliminary assessment of the technical feasibility of utilizing underground thermal energy storage (UTES) and electric-driven heat pumps (EDHPs) to enable flexible behind-the-meter electric demand of buildings while meeting their thermal demands in an energ...
Liu, X. et al Oak Ridge National Laboratory (2019)
May 31, 2019