B SC (Hons) Environmental Geology, University of St Andrews
PhD 1999 Zinc pollution from Abandoned Mines in Cumbria, Newcastle University
Charlotte trained as a hydrologist and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography where she undetakes teaching and research supervision. Shae also manages a national research partnership on Geothermal Energy (www.britgeothermal,org) comprising the Universities of Durham, Newcastle, and Glasgow and th eBritish Geological Survey. Charlotte is also a Fellow of Durham Energy Institute. She joined Durham University in 2009 as a Business Research Associate within the HERO group in the Department of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle University working on the remediation of waters flowing from and within abandoned metal and coal mines. Charlotte also gained industrial experience during her time working for several renewable energy and environmental technology consultancies. This work involved renewable energy feasibility studies including hybrid energy systems, energy auditing and project management . She brings to GED a wealth of experience as an energy consultant specializing in geothermal energy and ground source heat.
Her main skills are related to:
Deep Geothermal Energy and Ground Source Heat Ground Water Hydrogeochemistry Minewater Pollution Prevention and Passive Treatment of Minewater Minewater and River Heat Systems Renewable Energy Technology Micro-generation