I talk with Halla Hrund Logadóttir of Iceland's National Energy Authority about the country's history with geothermal, its current energy mix, and it goal to become entirely carbon neutral by 2040.
Inspiring. Granted Iceland has lots of uniqueness, but the dedication and creativity of the residents is inspiring.
I’ll be in Iceland this week with some Alaska-based utilities, researchers and legislators.
Really appreciate the uncanny timing of this episode. We shared it with the rest of our group 👍
On X/Twitter somewhere. you mentioned your trip was a "junket" and at the invitation of an industry group of some sort (can't find the initial post). While you're a seasoned voice on clean energy, it would seem sensible to include a "disclosure" note?