Subsurface Geological Information and Models in support of Feasibility Study of Direct District Heating for the Cornell Campus Utilizing Deep Geothermal Energy

Abstract

This purpose of this set of entries is to group together the materials and analytical methods used in the assessment of the natural rock properties within and surrounding two potential reservoirs.

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DOE Project Name: EARTH SOURCE HEAT: A CASCADED SYSTEMS APPROACH TO DDU OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY ON THE CORNELL CAMPUS
DOE Project Number: EE0008103
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
DOI: 10.15121/1632872
Last Updated: 5 months ago
Oct
2019
Data from October, 2019
Submitted Nov 6, 2019

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Authors

Teresa Jordan
Cornell University
Jared Smith
Cornell University
Jood Al Aswad
Cornell University

Keywords

geothermal, energy, Cornell University, low-temperature geothermal, reservoir simulation, uncertainty analysis, district heating, direct use, Appalachian Basin, New York State, techno-economic analysis, levelized cost of heat LCOH, externality values, environmental value, economic value, DDU, EA, environment, environmental, assessment, temperature, LCOH, levelized cost of heat, effective porosity, heat pump, ghp, well data, characterization, shale neutron porosity, Cornell

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