Iceland Goes Oil Free
Reykjavik: Iceland's geothermal riches have made it a leader in alternative energy for years, but now, by tapping deeper into that free energy source, Iceland aims to be completely oil free by 2050. Actually that's a pretty long way off, but major changes have already taken place - 70% of the countries energy needs are already met by geothermal and hyrdoelectic power. And many busses are already running on hydrogen power.
Posted by Nick at January 13, 2005 10:38 AM