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Dr. Tony Batchelor on the history & future for geothermal in the UK

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Parker O'Halloran 1 Sep 2017

Dr. Tony Batchelor provides an insightful talk about the role of geothermal energy in the past, and its future, for the Sustainable Earth Institute.

Dr. Tony Batchelor provides an insightful talk about the role of geothermal energy in the past, and its future, for the Sustainable Earth Institute.

Dr. Tony Batchelor is Chairman and Wellbore Rock Mechanics Group Lead at GeoScience Ltd. He served as a mining engineer and taught rock mechanics at the Camborne School of Mines for 12 years, and developed the UK Hot Dry Rock Geothermal project at Rosemanowes, where he served as Project Director from 1976 to 1991. Dr. Bachelor has more than 30 years’ experience in the industry and is recognised as a world expert on geothermal energy. At GeoScience Ltd., he worked on geothermal projects around the world, including Japan, Turkey, Indonesia and the USA. He serves as a Member of Technical Advisory Board at KUTh Energy Limited. Dr. Batchelor served as a Founder Member of the International Geothermal Association (IGA) and served on the IGA Board.