£200bn hot rock scheme looks for research funds

May 2001
Professional Engineering;5/2/2001, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p15
Trade Publication
Reports the plan to research and develop a geothermal energy concept launched by a former Navy mechanic and boxing champion Nelson Rawlins in Great Britain. Details of the 'Mining for heat' concept; Cost of the project; Use of deep-drilling techniques.


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