Iceland Powers Up with Hydrogen

Energy is one thing Iceland has a lot of, either roaring down from melting glaciers or bubbling up from the volcanic cauldron beneath this island nation. Together, Iceland generates 72 percent of its power from hydroelectric or geothermal sources. But petroleum imports still fuel its fishing fleet, the world’s largest, as well as its automobiles — Iceland’s affluent citizens owning more of them, per capita, than anywhere but the United States…


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