Project news

With our project news we give you an overview of what is happening on the construction site as well as the next major project steps. At the moment it is not yet possible to visit the construction site. In summer we will open our visitor center and offer guided tours for groups. We cordially invite you to subscribe to our newsletter.

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Planning of the exhibition in the former stable building

The reconstruction works in the stall building have started. On the upper floor, the former hay barn, we are planning an exhibition that will provide information about the project, the technology and the use of geothermal energy for the region. In addition, the changing room for the guided tours of the construction site will be built there.

The base plate for drilling site 1 is poured

After the drilling cellars for the 4 boreholes on Drilling Site 1 have been completed, the bottom plate is poured. It supports the drilling rig and collects surface water and liquids. This prevents liquids from leaking into the environment during drilling.

European Commission funds Eavor-Loop™ in Geretsried, Germany

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Work on the main building is progressing. After completion of the renovation work, the control station of the plant will be built here.

Visit of the Minister of the Environment Thorsten Glauber

On February 3, the Bavarian Minister of the Environment Thorsten Glauber, the parliamentary group leader of the Free Voters in the Bavarian State Parliament Florian Streibl, District Administrator Josef Niedermaier together with interested local politicians visited the construction site and informed themselves about the innovation of the Eavor Loop TM.

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Construction of the drilling cellars at Drilling Site 1

The construction of drilling site 1 is progressing. The foundations for the 4 boreholes that will be started in the summer have been completed.

The earthworks for drilling site 2 have started

First, a level surface must be created to accommodate the drilling site for 4 boreholes. One borehole each from borehole site 1 and 2 will then be connected underground to form a loop.

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