Geothermal energy has the potential to become a major tool in the energy transition as it provides stable 24/7 source of energy. To harness this energy, heat extraction through water circulation within the targeted area (deep hot rock formation) is needed.                                                                                                                                                                            

The geothermal energy is one of the most promising tool for the challenge of energy transition. In order to exploit this power, a water circulation is needed between hot rock formation at depth and surface.

Geothermal energy uses earth heat to provide either heating or electricity. In order to exploit the deep geothermal energy we circulate large volumes of water between surface and a hot formation at 2-6 km depth. Microseismic monitoring is used to map the fluid paths and avoid induced seismicity.

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