Hot Sedimentary Aquifers

Hot Sedimentary Aquifers (HSAs) are a type of geothermal resource that involves the extraction of geothermal energy from permeable sedimentary rock formations containing hot water or steam. HSAs are different from conventional geothermal reservoirs found in volcanic regions and are typically located in sedimentary basins.

HSAs represent a valuable geothermal resource that can contribute to renewable energy generation and sustainable heating solutions, particularly in regions with sedimentary basins. Ongoing research and development are aimed at improving HSA exploration techniques, optimizing heat extraction methods, and addressing any associated technical and environmental challenges.

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