Report: London's lost rivers could provide green heat source

Madeleine Cuff
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Campaign group 10:10 publishes new research suggesting underground rivers could prove a valuable source of green heat for the capital

London's underground rivers could become a significant source of green heat for the capital, according to a new report released today by campaign group 10:10 Climate Action. Using data from Thames Water,...

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