Abandoned coal mines offer significant potential for creating clean energy.

Industrial areas, especially in northeast England, have flooded mines that can be repurposed.

Coal is a major source of CO2 emissions globally, but coal production has decreased in the UK.

Water in disused mines gets geothermally heated by surrounding rocks.

The heated water is pumped to the surface and used for heating buildings through a heat exchange process.

Companies like Lanchester Wines are adopting this technology for efficient heating.

The UK and the Netherlands are exploring similar mine water heating solutions for sustainable energy.

 Abandoned coal mines hold potential for generating clean energy Geothermal heating from water in flooded mines repurposes historical sites.

Coal, a major CO2 source, is being replaced by cleaner energy options.Geothermally heated water warms buildings through a heat exchange system.

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