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ANGUS II: Impacts of the use of the geological subsurface for thermal, electrical or material energy storage in the context of the transition to renewable energy sources – Integration of subsurface storage technologies into the energy system transformation using the example of Schleswig-Holstein as a model area


  • Project duration 48 months, 01/2017 – 12/2020
  • Funding: The project ANGUS II is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy within the fundung initiative „Energiespeicher“, grant number 03ET6122A (CAU), 03ET6122B (UFZ), 03ET6122C (JGU), 03ET6122D (HSF), 03ET6122E (EUF)
  • Project partners:
      • Kiel University (CAU) - Coordination and sub-project "Geological modelling and parameterisation"
      • Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research Leipzig (UFZ) - Sub-project "Geochemical and thermal processes"
      • Flensburg University of Applied Sciences (HSF) - Sub-project "Simulation of individual power plants"
      • Europa-Universität Flensburg (EUF) - Sub-project "Modelling of energy grids and  future indicative trajectories"
      • Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) - Sub-project "Assessment of fault zones"


    • Project management: Dr. Alina Kabuth

    Institut für Geowissenschaften
    Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
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