Iceland has been harnessing its volcanic power in some shape or form for almost 1000 years. Now a new project could see the country sharing that power with the UK. ‘We know that Icelanders are extremely proud of their environment and they may be reluctant to build a new fleet of power stations in order to facilitate the exporting of electricity,’ says Martin Moran, Project Development Manager at National Grid. ‘And we fully respect that it is a conversation for the Icelandic nation.’ It is a particular quandary for a country that is so stunningly unique and for its people, who generally feel a deep connection with the land they inhabit. Even today, the trolls and elves that feature alongside Snorri and his pool in the country’s legends still live large for someIcelanders. Ask around and you’ll soon hear the stories, such as the plans for a new road that had to be redrawn because elves live in the area...

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