Glasgow mines back on the radar3D bedrock model of Glasgow Observatory area. Picture: BGS

Glasgow mines back on the radar

The Glasgow Observatory in Scotland is a unique site where research can be done to further study the use of energy from abandoned mines.

It is estimated that there is enough heat within the UK’s coalfields to meet the demands of all the buildings that lie over them. From that perspective, it makes sense to further investigate the potential of extracting water from abandoned mines. This is where the Glasgow Observatory comes in. Funded by the UK Government and […]

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