Geothermal Power Stations in Iceland

 Geothermal Power Stations in Iceland

Geothermal Power Stations in Iceland

Geothermal Power Stations in Iceland

The use of geothermal power in Iceland began half a century ago. Today geothermal power stations supply 89% of the country’s domestic heating requirements. The five largest geothermal power stations in Iceland are Svartsengi Power Station, Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station, Krafla Power Station, Hellisheiði Power Station and Reykjanes Power Station respectively. The above picture is of Krafla Geothermal Power Station.

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