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H2O not wasted... in Iceland

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Published on in “Education, Nature”, language — English. 15 pages.
Over 80% of electricity in Iceland is generated in hydroelectric power stations. While geothermal energy is used for heating (and increasingly for generating electricity), the hydroelectric power stations, are central to the existence of Iceland as an industrialized country. This issue deals with facts about power plants in Iceland. More
A part of Erasmus+ project called H2O not wasted. This issue focuses on water usage in Iceland, both hydroelectric- and geothermal power plants. More
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