Geothermal Engineering and Exergy ink contract for 'UK first' geothermal plant

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Exergy to design and operate geothermal plant in Cornwall for slated launch by 2024

Global provider of clean energy technology Exergy International has penned a deal with Geothermal Engineering for the supply of 3MWe of renewable energy at the UK's first deep geothermal facility in Cornwall....

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