Future Geothermal Power & Heat sites


Cornwall is sat above an incredible geothermal resource and Geothermal Engineering Ltd (GEL) have been working hard to identify new sites that would allow us to tap into this resource for clean, renewable, 24/7 power generation.
GEL appreciates that the prospect of having a new renewable source of electricity and heat close to where you live, or work can be daunting. Below you will find information about geothermal power and heat production and the process that will be undertaken before a powerplant is installed. GEL has many years of experience in the renewable energy and drilling industry and will always be happy to answer questions.

Example Geothermal Binary Powerplant

community members doing different things

The Proposed locations are: Tolvaddon, Manhay, Penhallow and Mawla.

You are welcome to contact the Head of Community Engagement – Jane Charman if you have any questions using the contact us form selected from the main menu.

Planning permission

We are already working with parish councils where the proposed sites are; keeping the process transparent. You will also be able to add comments to the planning application once it has been posted on Cornwall Councils website.