[Webinair] Mine Water Heating and Cooling: A 21st Century Resource for Decarbonisation

Join BGS, IEA Geothermal and the Department for BEIS for a symposium on mine water geothermal energy. 

BGS is co-organising a symposium on mine water geothermal energy, in association with IEA Geothermal and the Department for BEIS.  Registration is free and there are 400 spaces available.

Day 1 – Wednesday 10 March

The first day will cover mine water heat and decarbonisation, and experiences of UK mine water heating/cooling schemes followed by a discussion panel and questions. Speakers include David Banks (Holymoor Consultancy Ltd. & University of Glasgow) and Gareth Farr (BGS).

More details about Day 1's itinerary  

Day 2 – Thursday 11 March

The second day will cover mine water heating/cooling for local district heating, the future for mine water heating and cooling and a discussion panel and questions.

More details about Day 2's itinerary

Registration

The symposium will be delivered using the Zoom video webinair platform. Please visit the IEA Geothermal website for further information and to register.

This article was first found on the British Geological Survey website.
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10/03 - 11/03/2021
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