Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Iceland's electricity is derived 100% from Renewable Sources

Image credit: US Solar Institute


de engineur said...


It's Wordless Wednesday, so, the picture should suffice.

A note about Iceland's green approach:
Today, Iceland generates 100% of its electricity with renewables, with 75% of that from hydro-electric and 25% from geothermal. Hot water and heating is provided primarily through district heating system, providing nearly 90% of the demand.

You can read further here

Adam said...

that's pretty awesome