Daldrup expand capacity of Neustadt-Glewe power plant

Daldrup & Söhne AG will carry out drilling of a sidetrack well for the expansion of Neustadt-Glewe geothermal power plant in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

A sidetrack well will be drilled from an existing borehole to expand the capacity of the geothermal power plant operated by Erdwärme Neustadt-Glewe GmbH in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany. The project was announced by Daldrup & Söhne AG after being awarded the drilling order for the sidetrack well which will cost around EUR 3M.

Drilling is scheduled to start by July 2023 and be completed by August.

The Neustadt-Glewe geothermal power plant has a capacity of 13 MW and now stands to gain an additional 2 MW from the sidetrack well.

The expansion of the capacity of the geothermal power plant will contribute to the goal of Neustadt-Glewe of being carbon-neutral by 2030.

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