Reykjanes Power Station
A geothermal power plant on the Reykjanes peninsula in Iceland. A short distancef from Keflavik and the Blue Lagoon, and very close to the rift where the European and North American tectonic plates are spreading apart.
According to Wikipedia, Iceland generates 99.9% of their energy from hydro (73.8%) and geothermal (~26.2%) sources, and the remaining 0.1% from fossil fuels, but have plans to be 100% fossil-free in the near future. In addition, geothermal sources provide 87% of hot water and heating in Iceland.