Information about Svartsengi

 

The Svartsengi Power Station is a geothermal powerstation on the Reykjanes peninsula.

Its energy, as of 2007, measures at 76.5 MW, with about  475 litres/second of 90 °C (194 °F) hot water (ca. 80 MWt). Surplus water, rich with minerals, fills up the renowned Blue Lagoon spa.

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Blue Lagoon

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