Tyneside abandoned coal mines to be transformed into multimillion-pound renewable energy system

Cecilia Keating
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Tyneside abandoned coal mines to be transformed into multimillion-pound renewable energy system

Project designer for £7m council minewater district heating project set to heat “fuel-poor homes” was appointed last week.

Coal mines that have lain dormant for more than 80 years in North East England are set to be given a new lease of life thanks to an ambitious renewable energy scheme expected to cut hundreds of tonnes...

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