UK’s first geothermal heat network wins funding

A scheme to warm thousands of Cornish homes with heat extracted from rocks more than 5 kilometres below the earth’s surface has been awarded £22 million of government funding. The Langarth deep geothermal heat network – the first of its kind in the UK - is one of seven projects to receive a share of £91 million handed out from the government’s Green Heat Network Fund.

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