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Held at the Hellisheiði Power Plant - the second largest of its kind in the world - the Geothermal Energy Exhibition is a state-of-the-art insight into how geothermal energy is being harnessed responsibly in Iceland, showcasing this modern-day method of gathering natural resource as the green energy source of the future. With the active volcano ridge of Hengill in the backdrop, visitors are treated to an amazing spectacle as well as a highly informative tour.
Experienced guides will take you through multimedia presentations and on-hand examples that highlight how the plant operates and its quest to provide sustainable green energy. More specifically, the plant´s primary objective is to meet increasing demand for electricity and hot water for heating in both the industrial and domestic sectors.
It is no wonder that governments from all over the world are coming to Iceland to learn more on geothermal energy; unlocking the amazing power of nature is economically and environmentally important, with Hellisheiði Power Plant being a perfect example of how to utilise it successfully.
Daily, 9am - 5pm.
Flickr Credit: ThinkGeoEnergy
Hellisheiði Power Station, Keilufelli 3, Reykjavik-Area, 111View Larger Map
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