Geothermal power station, Iceland

Geothermal power station, Iceland

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Caption: Krafla geothermal power station near Myvatn, Iceland, it has an installed capacity of 60 MW of renewable electricity production, as well as supplying hot space heating water to the surrounding area. Iceland's electricity is produced 100% from renewables with approximately 70% from Hydro and 30% from geothermal.

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