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Iceland harnesses hot springs to power year-round farming
by Thin Lei Win
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29 November 2018
On 29 November 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Iceland's volcanic origins have blessed the island of 350,000 inhabitants with abundant geothermal energy -- a renewable resource that, unlike solar or wind power, is unaffected by its unpredictable weather. Geothermal energy, which makes up a quarter of Iceland's electricity, has helped boost the year-round availability of fresh food.
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