Bavaria’s Newspaper Nuremberg News features Eavor’s success in Geretsried
The Nuremberg News recently published a detailed article promoting Eavor’s project in Geretsried in hopes that narrating the success might inspire similar future projects in Nuremberg. The article opened by explaining the current state of geothermal energy in Germany, which is limited to conventional residential buildings and only goes to a depth of 100 metres. In comparison, Eavor’s system drills 4,500 meters down, and it networks 260 kilometres of wellbore into a closed-loop system. With the anticipated completion by mid-2024, this technology will supply districts within Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen with clean heat and clean electricity. The article also highlighted a key advantage to using an Eavor-Loop,™ which is the benefit of minimal maintenance. Once water begins cycling through the loops, there is no need to use a pump to facilitate the water’s motion.