The Krafla Geothermal Power Plant, Iceland

 

The Krafla area is named after one of the mountains at the centre of the region and is the location

 

Krafla is a caldera of about 10 km in diameter with a 90 km long fissure zone, in the north of Iceland in the Mývatn region. Its highest peak reaches up to 818 m.

 

 

Krafla volcano on lake Víti, steam from a geothermal power plant, Mývatn area, Norðurland eystra, north-east region, Iceland, Europe

Krafla volcano on lake Víti, steam from a geothermal power plant, Mývatn area, Norðurland eystra, north-east region, Iceland, Europe

 

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The Krafla Power Station is a 60-megawatt (MW) geothermal power station located near the KraflaVolcano in Iceland. It is the nation’s largest geothermal power

 

 

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