New geothermal energy system could take form in Scotland

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Plans to develop a new geothermal system are advancing in Scotland Plans to develop a new geothermal energy project in Glasgow, Scotland, may become reality next month. The United Kingdom Geoenergy Observatories Project is looking to build Glasgow’s Geothermal Energy Research Field. The new system would help gather information on the viability of geothermal power. This form of energy has begun to gain more attention in the United Kingdom in recent years. This is largely due to the country’s overarching interest in clean energy. Scotland may become a leader in…

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Geothermal energy development welcomed in the UK

The first geothermal power in the UK in 30 years is generated by Rosemanowes project. Engineers at the Rosemanowes geothermal energy site in Cornwall demonstrated that water can be heated to 60 degrees Celsius via heat that is naturally present underground in the region, which is hot enough to provide a building with hot tap water and heating. Geothermal will provide the Unite Kingdom with another clean and safe renewal energy resource. Edward Davey, the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, is a supporter of geothermal in the…

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Geothermal energy could be huge power source for UK

Crewe may be able to offer the United Kingdom substantial geothermal benefits. The railway town in England, that is situated within the Cheshire county and Cheshire East unitary authority region, has been found to have immense geothermal energy supplies not far from Leighton Hospital, which could mean investment opportunity potential for Crewe. The supplies were discovered by consultants commissioned by the Cheshire East Council. There are an estimated 100 GWh (gigawatt hours per year) inside a 2.5 kilometer (km) radius of the planned site in Leighton West and, from two…

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