The Eden Deep Geothermal Plant

The Eden Deep Geothermal Plant will be made up of two boreholes, driven around 4 km into the granite beneath Eden.  The rock at that depth is at about 180-190°C; water injected down the first borehole will be returned to the surface at around 185°C via the second borehole.  The superheated water will be used to generate electricity, and will then be returned to the injection borehole.

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South West England

Our current focus is on the Eden EGS Plant development but we are also working on a number of projects in the South-West of the UK.

Europe and beyond

Our team has been directly involved in projects in Soultz-sous-Forêts in France and Landau and Insheim in Germany. We have also been involved in a consultative and academic basis in projects as far afield as Korea and Turkey.