COMMUNITYENGAGEMENTEVENTTuesday 5September 2017Drop in to seeus between2 pm and 8pmFIND OUT ABOUTTHE UK GEOENERGY OBSERVATORIESThe Legacy Hubsate Glasgow GeothermalEnergy Research Field Site1 Springfield RDalmarnockGlasgowA world-classinto Glasgow-a cityresearch site toexplore low-carbon,renewable energyDear Resident,Come to our community engagement event to find out more about anexciting energy research investment in Clyde GatewayDisused coal mines under Glasgow are now naturally flooded with warmwater. One day it may be possible to use that water for geothermal energyproviding low-cost and low-carbon heating for homes and businesses aboveformer coal mining areasThe Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the British GeologicalSurvey (BGS) are two of the UK's leading scientific organisations. We want toinvest E9 million in creating an underground observatory in Clyde Gateway soscientists can explore and understand geothermal energyIt would involve us drilling a number of boreholes of various depths, andmonitoring and assessing the findings over the coming years. This would be aworld-class research site attracting leading scientists and engineers, buildingon Glasgow's history as a trailblazing city of science.We are very keen to hear what you think. Our scientists will be there tochat about our work, explain more about geothermal energy, and what thisinvestment could mean for your community. And, of course, they are there toanswer any questions you may haveProfessor John Ludden, Executive Director, BGSVisit: www.bgs.ac.ukEmail: enquiries@bgs.ac.ukTelephone: 0115 936 3143ERBritisgical SurveyENVINT

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT EVENT Tuesday 5 September 2017 Drop in to see us between 2 pm and 8pm FIND OUT ABOUT THE UK GEOENERGY OBSERVATORIES The Legacy Hub sate Glasgow Geothermal Energy Research Field Site 1 Springfield R Dalmarnock Glasgow A world-class into Glasgow-a cityresearch site to explore low-carbon, renewable energy Dear Resident, Come to our community engagement event to find out more about an exciting energy research investment in Clyde Gateway Disused coal mines under Glasgow are now naturally flooded with warm water. One day it may be possible to use that water for geothermal energy providing low-cost and low-carbon heating for homes and businesses above former coal mining areas The Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and the British Geological Survey (BGS) are two of the UK's leading scientific organisations. We want to invest E9 million in creating an underground observatory in Clyde Gateway so scientists can explore and understand geothermal energy It would involve us drilling a number of boreholes of various depths, and monitoring and assessing the findings over the coming years. This would be a world-class research site attracting leading scientists and engineers, building on Glasgow's history as a trailblazing city of science. We are very keen to hear what you think. Our scientists will be there to chat about our work, explain more about geothermal energy, and what this investment could mean for your community. And, of course, they are there to answer any questions you may have Professor John Ludden, Executive Director, BGS Visit: www.bgs.ac.uk Email: enquiries@bgs.ac.uk Telephone: 0115 936 3143 ER Britis gical Survey ENVI NT