SEPA plans minor changes to geothermal rules on water

Adjustments are being made to rules on geothermal extraction in Scotland to protect water quality

Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands. Photograph: jacameron / 123RFMinor changes are being made to rules on geothermal energy extraction in Scotland to minimise risks to the water environment.

The amendments were published in a response to a consultation by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) on 13 December.

The consultation, which ran in the summer, attracted just three responses.

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