Pushing the boundaries of geothermal sweet spots

Pushing the boundaries of geothermal sweet spots

The newly awarded geothermal exploration licence to Shell and D4 shows that companies are increasingly looking at areas outside the first generation geothermal sweetspots.

Last week, Shell in partnership with company D4 announced the award of a licence for geothermal exploration in the west of the Netherlands – named “Rijnland”. It occupies a large area compared to previously awarded licences, which are mostly used for the production of energy for greenhouse heating. District heating The difference with previously awarded […]

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