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Geothermal and hydro power dominate one northern island

The Nordic island of Iceland is blessed with a location and topography that allow it to generate effectively all its electricity needs from renewable sources, and a good proportion of its heat too. Here, Business Iceland’s Einar Hansen Tómasson describes some of the history and the country’s ambition to export its expertise overseas.

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EW Oct 21 pp28-29.pdf

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Journal title: Energy World

Publisher: Energy Institute

Countries: Iceland -

Subjects: Geothermal power - Hydro power -

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