MJM Renewables, Geothermal Engineering Ltd, ARUP and Queen’s University Belfast have come together as the ‘Geothermal NI’ project team to explore the development of Northern Ireland’s first deep geothermal project. The consortia will be exploring viable sites with the ultimate goal of developing a project which delivers continuous renewable heat and power to large commercial and industrial end users as well as local homes.
Founded by Dr. Ryan Law, GEL is the UKs leading developer and operator of deep geothermal projects and act as the geothermal development partner on this project.
One of the world’s leading design and engineering sustainable development companies. Arup will act as the specialist consultant on this project. Arup and Geothermal Engineering Limited have worked together on a number of geothermal projects.
Under the leadership of Professor David Rooney, Dean of Internationalisation and Reputation within the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast provides research and academic support to the project.
Part of the wider MJM Group, best known for being a global leader in the marine fit-out industry. The group has an ambition to be Northern Ireland's leading sustainable business with several renewable generation assets already in operation and others currently under development across Northern Ireland and Great Britain.