Geothermal-powered sculpture

Geothermal-powered sculpture

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Caption: The Hitavaettur sculpture by Robert Dell, that uses geothermal water to create the electric light. The electricity is generated by the difference in temperature between the geothermal water and the atmosphere. It is sited at the Perlan building, geothermal water tanks in Reykjavik, Iceland.

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