UK's first deep geothermal plant gets the green light, but project will still require additional funding round
The UK's first deep geothermal power plant could be up and running by 2013, after Cornwall Council last week gave the go-ahead for the pioneering 65MW project. UK-based Geothermal Engineering Ltd said...
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