With only 20%-25% of Iceland’s available hydro and geothermal energy harnessed, the country’s energy potential is vast. The aluminium industry has thus far dominated, but the silicon industry could be the next to come onshore to take advantage of the cheap and plentiful power. Meanwhile, exciting plans to link up to the UK grid are taking shape.
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