Gallery: Iceland Generates 99.5% of its Energy From Renewable Sources


Iceland is not a large country and it only has a population of around 330,000 — but it does have plenty of geothermal and hydro-electric sources. In fact according to a recent TreeHugger article written by editor Lloyd Alter, almost 99.5% of the country’s power comes from renewable sources. The country is so successful in providing clean energy, that other countries want to get in on the action — including the UK.

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