Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Hydrogen-Fuel-Sign-in-Reykjavik-27MZIFI3VXWA.htmlConceptually similarHydrogen Fuel Sign in ReykjavikGP02A0UCompleted★★★★Hydrogen Fuel Sign in ReykjavikGP02A2CCompleted★★★★Hydrogen Fuel Sign in ReykjavikGP02A2NCompleted★★★★Icelandic Whaling TourGP0693Completed★★★★Icelandic Whaling TourGP0NT4Completed★★★★Nesjavellir Geothermal Plant in IcelandGP02A2ACompleted★★★★★★Nesjavellir Geothermal Plant in IcelandGP02A2BCompleted★★★★Hellisheidi Geothermal Plant in IcelandGP02A24Completed★★★★★★Hellisheidi Geothermal Plant in IcelandGP02A25Completed★★★★★★View AllGP02A0VHydrogen Fuel Sign in ReykjavikA sign promotes a hydrogen refueling station in Reykjavik. These stations are part of a plan to try and make Iceland a ' Hydrogen Economy .'Locations:Iceland-Northern Europe-ReykjavíkDate:7 Dec, 2010Credit:© Steve Morgan / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Advertising signs-Climate (campaign title)-Evening-Fuel-Geothermal energy-Geothermal power stations-Industries-KWCI (GPI)-Logos-Outdoors-SignsShoot:Icelandic Geothermal Power PlantsGeothermal resources have been used for over 70 years in Iceland. Reykjanes is a peninsula and a volcanic system situated at the south-western end of Iceland, near the capital of Reykjavík. The geothermal area at Reykjanes is located on top of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, formed by plate tectonics that are moving in separate directions. That gives high geothermal energy, with the Reykjanes area being where the plate boundary of the Reykjanes Ridge comes on land. The area is about 2km2 in size. Iceland's power supply went from 75% imported coal to more than 80% local geothermal and hydro in 30 years. Iceland has a goal to be a carbon-free and oil-free country by 2050. Geothermal power generation causes virtually no pollution or greenhouse gas emissions. It's also quiet, and extremely reliable. Unfortunately, even in many countries with abundant geothermal reserves, this proven renewable energy source is being massively under utilised.