Former Shell executive believes it would be 'highly cost-effective'
The Isle of Man has enough energy stored beneath our feet to make the Island self-sufficient.
That's the belief of former Shell executive and retired geophysicist, Graham Fox-Hulme.
He's asking government to consider utilising heat stored in rock under much of the local land.
Mr Fox-Hulme thinks geothermal energy would be highly cost-effective compared to other schemes: