Iceland builds massive hydro-electric project

06/27/2006 | Engineering News-Record

As Iceland works to export as much in energy-intensive products to the rest of the world that it can, the tiny nation is building its biggest electricity project ever. The Karahnjukar hydro project, rated at 690 MW, will be an immense effort involving one of the world's largest concrete-faced earth dams.

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