Glasgow Science Centre – GeoEnergy Touring Exhibition
Client: Glasgow Science Centre
We were over the moon to be working with Glasgow Science Centre once again; this time, on another project to design and build interactive units for a new touring exhibition exploring how geothermal energy, hydrogen, carbon capture and storage, and storage solutions for wind, solar and tidal energy can reduce our carbon emissions.
The Centre has been commissioned to develop a public engagement programme for the British Geological Survey and their UK Geoenergy Observatories. The programme delivers essential data that will inform the development of clean energy at the scale required to achieve net zero emissions in the UK by 2050.
Through the interactives we worked with the centre to design and produce, visitors can learn about how resources below the ground have powered our homes, towns and industries in the past, and what’s coming up in the future. Vitally, it explains how the underground could heat our homes and buildings in a net zero future.
You can visit the exhibition at Glasgow Science Centre’s ‘Powering the Future’ zone now.
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