Former Coal Mines Considered as New Energy Source

[The Nova Scotia Chronicle Herald] Former coal mines in Cape Breton that are flooded with water warmed by the heat of the earth are being seen as a possible source of geothermal energy to heat schools or hospitals. The Cape Breton Development Corp. has been consulting with Cape Breton University about the possibility of capturing the heat from the water, which can rise to 15°C.


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