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Geothermal Energy in Iceland

Geo-Heat Center Quarterly Bulletin

Vol. 17, No. 4


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Geothermal Energy in Iceland
Árni Ragnarsson
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Hitaveita Reykjavikur and the Nesjavellir Geothermal Co-Generation Power Plant
Edited by John W. Lund
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Surdurnes Regional Heating Corp.
Edited by Paul J. Lienau
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Hitaveita (District Heating) in Akureyri
Ólafur G. Flóvenz, Franz Árnason, Magnús Finnsson and Gudni Axelsson
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High Technology in Geothermal Fish Farming At Silfurstjarnan Ltd., Ne-Iceland
Lúdvik S. Georgsson and Gudmundur Ó. Fridlefsson
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Geothermal Training in Iceland 1979-1996
Ingvar B. Fridleifsson
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Geothermal Stamps of Iceland
John W. Lund
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Geothermal Pipeline
Progress and Development Update from the Geothermal Progress Monitor
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1) The Pearl, a rotating restaurant built on the top of Reykjavik's geothermal waste tanks; 2) Nesjavellir geothermal power plant supplies 150 MWt to Reykjavik; 3) Svartsengi geothermal power plant supplies 125 MWt and 16.4 MWe electric; and 4) Fish farm in NE-Iceland. (Photos courtesy of National Energy Authority and J. W. Lund)


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