Date: Nov 2017 – Dec 2017
Location: Midlothian, Scotland
Client: Public Sector
This study comprised an assessment of the potential mine water heating resource within flooded coal mines for commercial customers situated in the Sherwood Industrial Estate as well as a primary school near Bonnyrigg.
The project was funded by the Low Carbon Infrastructure Programme (LCIP) managed by Scottish Enterprise as part of a wider project to assess the feasibility of a district energy scheme to supply a proportion of power, heating and cooling requirements to key stakeholders in the area. The high-level results were promising: