Geothermal energy to provide heating and hot water

Glasgow under street heating plan unveiled.
Good to see that new research by Caledonian University will investigate the potential for using flooded tunnels under the city to provide geothermal energy. The first stage of the research will focus on the Clyde Gateway Regeneration area.
11 years ago Director Alison Glen was project architect for a eco-retrofit project in Lumphinnans, Fife using the water from flooded coal mines  to provide heating and hot water to 18 flats.
She was also involved in a newbuild geothermal project at Glenalmond Street, Shettleston.