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How do you begin as a graduate geologist?

I’ve been working at Carbon Zero for nearly 2 months now and it’s been really busy and varied… After learning basic theory I begun work on my first feasibility report, for a site in the lake district. Fourth day, first field excursion of my graduate career to conduct a water features survey in Nottingham. In […]

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The UK’s largest Water Source Heat Pump

Carbon Zero Consulting has worked with Ebtech Energy Systems to design, install and commission the UK’s largest river source heat pump at Hall Hunter Partnership, one of the UK’s leading soft fruit growers. The heated growing facility has been developed to provide continuity of supply to their major customer, M&S. The 8.8MW heat pump system, […]

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The Southwest Geothermal Alliance

Today sees the launch of the Southwest Geothermal Alliance, of which Carbon Zero Consulting is a member. The Southwest Geothermal Alliance has been established to encourage and support the development of geothermal heating projects across the South West of England. Its aim is to increase the uptake of geothermal energy as a viable and affordable […]

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Government policy: Renewable heat, carbon and all that …

Future generations won’t thank us for the current lack of technical understanding within our senior political ranks. It was, to say the least, a little disappointing that no party in the snap-election bothered to mention renewables policy. At the same time, the climate-change denying dinosaur Trump promotes the use of coal and oil in the […]

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