Geothermal Power Plant In Iceland Demonstrates Rapid “Carbon Emissions To Stone” Process

By James Ayre The Hellisheidi geothermal power plant in Iceland is the largest such facility in the world — providing much of the electricity used in the country’s capital of Reykjavik, and by nearby industrial sites. The facility generates electricity through the pumping up of volcanically-heated water, which is used to run turbines. Despite the “renewable” nature of [&hellip
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