Friday, February 3, 2017

Iceland: Geothermal Energy Will Make it Possible to Drive Around the Island

About 200 Charging Stations Planned in Iceland (IcelandReview)

The owners of electric cars should be energized by the news that there are plans for about 200 charging stations to be built in Iceland in the next three years, RÚV reports. A lack of charging stations has prevented electric cars from becoming popular in the country.

Today, there are 13 charging stations in Iceland, all of them operated by Orka náttúrunnar. Six of those are in the capital area, the others in Reykjanesbær, Akranes, Borgarnes, Selfoss and by Hellisheiði Geothermal Plant.