Mezőberény, Hungary

The Mezőberény Geothermal Demonstration Plant is a geothermal heating plant with two wells, belonging to the City of Mezőberény. It is located in the South-East part of Hungary in the middle of Békés country and struggling with injectivity problems, which should be further investigated within DESTRESS.

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Mezőberény Város Önkormányzata

Work Package No

4

Location

Mezőberény, Hungary

Construction Year

2011-2012

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Chemical

Type of Use

District Heating

Soil Condition

Clastic rocks (Sandstone, Siltstone, Marlstone)

Production Horizon

Upper-Pannonian rocks is the Újfalui and Zagyva Formation

Upper Depth (m)

1600

Thickness (m)

n.a.

T (°C)

109 (bottom hole T)

Salinity (g/l)

5360 µS/cm

Contact

Dr. Maren Brehme
Telegrafenberg
Building A 69
14473 Potsdam, Germany
Phone: +37 046326163
E-Mail: maren.brehme@gfz-potsdam.de