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Potential for deep geothermal energy in Scotland: study volume 1

Published: 13 Nov 2013

This independent study investigates the potential for deep geothermal energy in Scotland and the steps necessary for commercialisation.

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216 page PDF

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Contents
Potential for deep geothermal energy in Scotland: study volume 1
Acknowledgements

216 page PDF

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Acknowledgements

AECOM are grateful to the representatives of the following organisations who assisted with this study, including those who participated in the stakeholder workshop:

Aberdeenshire Council
British Geological Survey
City of Edinburgh Council
Cluff Geothermal
Cornwall Council
Department for Energy & Climate Change
Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation
EGS Energy
Fife Council
Geoserve Solutions
Geothermal Engineering
Glasgow Caledonian University
Glasgow City Council
GT Energy
Health & Safety Executive
Midlothian Council
North Ayrshire Council
Scottish and Southern Energy
Scottish Enterprise
Scottish Power
Scottish Renewables
Semple Fraser LLP
Scottish Environment Protection Agency
Tait Enterprise Development Limited
The Coal Authority
The James Hutton Institute
The Scottish Government
University of Glasgow
University of St Andrews
West Lothian Council


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