Geothermal Engineering Limited is a world-leading company working on the development of deep geothermal heat and power projects.
21 August 2017
Geothermal Engineering Ltd launch Tender for drilling management services for the United Downs project.
To assist with the drilling phase of the United Downs Deep Geothermal project in Cornwall, Geothermal Engineering Ltd (GEL) has launched a Tender for drilling management services.
13 June 2017
Geothermal Engineering Ltd re-issue tender for drilling a geothermal heat well at Jubilee Pool, Penzance, Cornwall
The drilling tender for a geothermal well at the Jubilee Pool, Penzance, Cornwall, UK has been re-issued following an initial tender process in May. The well will provide heated water to a section of the Jubilee Pool.
5 June 2017
Geothermal Engineering Ltd launch Tender for micro-seismic monitoring system in Cornwall
To assist with the development of the United Downs Deep Geothermal project in Cornwall, Geothermal Engineering Ltd (GEL) has launched a Tender for a micro-seismic monitoring system. The work will include the design, installation, management and data interpretation of the system.
8 May 2017
Assistant project manager required for geothermal electricity project in Cornwall, UK
Geothermal Engineering Ltd (GEL) is seeking applicants for the position of Assistant Project Manager (APM), to be part of the project management team, based in GEL’s office in Falmouth.
6 March 2017
GEL launch drilling tender for the Jubilee Pool project, Penzance
GEL has issued the geothermal well drilling tender for the Jubilee Pool project near Penzance. The Jubilee Pool project is an exciting opportunity to showcase geothermal energy in Cornwall and the UK as a whole by providing hot water to an iconic art deco swimming pool.
1 February 2017
GEL appoints Wardell Armstrong LLP as planning consultant for the Jubilee Pool project, Penzance
GEL is pleased to announce that it has appointed Wardell Armstrong LLP to assist with the Planning Application for the Jubilee Pool geothermal well in Penzance.
Our planet is a huge source of energy. In fact 99.9% of the planet is at a temperature greater than 100 degrees Centigrade. Geothermal Engineering intends to tap into this heat and, in so doing, aims to produce significant quantities of renewable electricity and heat. Contrary to current methods of generating power (oil, coal, nuclear), electricity from geothermal sources has low or no carbon emissions, no waste products, a minimal physical foot print on the earth and is renewable. At a time when fossil fuel reserves are rapidly being exhausted and concerns increase about global warming, Geothermal Engineering aims to act today to safeguard the planet for tomorrow by producing clean Heat and Power from the Earth.