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Complex use of geothermal energy and the design of a common Hungarian-Serbian thermal water resource monitoring system

The first joint Hungarian-Serbian geothermal energy programme was realized in three locations: in Szeged and Mórahalom in Hungary, and in Palić, Serbia. The project encompassed the impact studies for a geothermal cooling and heating system for the central buildings and the teaching hospitals of the University of Szeged, including the comprehensive technical design of the system with production and injection wells and heat centres. The impact study and plans for the „new centre”, public buildings and to be constructed geothermally heated residential community of Mórahalom have also been drawn up. Apart from that, a joint Hungarian-Serbian extraction and environment monitoring system has been designed to cover the thermal water resources to be used on both sides of the border. The results were presented at an international geothermal conference and a public information day, and booklets and brochures have been produced describing the project. Achievements: Please refer to the 'Description' field, which also includes the achievements of this project.
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