Technologies & Solutions for Coal Transition
5th March 2021 10.00-12.00 CET
Welcome and introduction
Overall management of post-mining heritage
Mine water heat and heat storage in the UK
Environmental aspects of mine closure
Using coal shafts to store energy
UK coal site reclamation projects
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