The UK’s geothermal industry is in a bubble with just two companies in operation, according to the government.
This year alone, it will be worth around £8bn for the country’s energy infrastructure.
The government is considering whether to allow more geothermal exploration and development in the UK, as it has in other parts of the world.
But in a recent survey of British geothermal engineers, the UK was only second to the US in terms of the number of active geothermal sites.
There are only two active geysers in the country.
One is a two-megawatt project in West Sussex, with a reservoir that can hold 1,000 cubic metres.
The other is the new 1,800-megacalfield in West Yorkshire.
“We’ve got a very limited amount of geothermal, and it’s really difficult to do anything at the moment,” said John Hughes, who is heading up the UK geothermal programme at the University of Warwick.
“The geothermal is one of the most underused areas in the world.”
Geothermal energy is used in the production of heat, heat for cooking, steam for washing, power generation, heating water and steam for building buildings.
It’s the same power that is used to heat homes, which makes it a perfect energy source for large buildings.
Geothermal is used for heating water, which is produced using geothermal water that has been heated by geothermal sources.
The water is heated to a temperature of 1,600 degrees Celsius and pumped through pipes into a water storage tank at the bottom of a reservoir.
This cools the water down and stops it from freezing, which can lead to problems such as high water levels in pipes.
The geyser, also known as a geothermal condenser, can store and release steam, which the boiler uses to generate electricity.
The current system has been used since the late 1800s and has a capacity of 8,000 megawatts.
The UK has about 1,200 geysing facilities.
Hughes believes the government is trying to encourage development of the industry.
“This is a very interesting issue and it is a challenge, but I do believe that we can be proactive in the future to make sure that this is something that we develop in a sustainable way,” he said.
The UK is one country where there are four companies operating geysering operations.
The first is GWE, which operates a facility in West Suffolk.
GWE also operates in Kent, in the south west of England.
The second is LBC, which also operates a geysery in the Midlands, but the third is a company called Kestrel.
Kestrel has been operating a gey site in the Somerset town of Hove since 2013.
The company says the project is the largest in the region and is the most technologically advanced in the area.
“It’s a new project in a very large area,” said Kestlre.
“The water is very cold.
It can’t get warmer, so we need to have very careful geyselling of the water.”
And it’s an exciting project.
“There are other companies that operate geyseries.
There is another one in Kent called Bayswater Geyser.
This is an old project that was decommissioned in 2009.
Bayspool Geysery is a new one in the same area.
Both Bayswell and Kestloc have a geymaking facility in the South West of England, and Kiestlre has a geotherapy operation in the East Midlands.
The industry is booming in the US, with more than 20 companies operating in the last five years.
There were around 5,000 geysicers operating in 2011, according the US Geological Survey, with most of those being in the Northeast.
The number of US companies is increasing, with about 2,500 currently operating.
Huges believes that the industry has a long way to go before it is sustainable.”
But it is very hard to develop an industry at this stage.””
I think we have a lot of room for growth.
But it is very hard to develop an industry at this stage.”
Hughes said he believes that there is a lot more to be done to make geothermal energy sustainable and cost effective.
“At the moment, we don’t have a huge amount of energy to go to the sea or a huge investment in infrastructure, and there are some areas where we can see the benefits of geysiting,” he added.