Iceland’s electricity demand comes almost entirely from hydro and geothermal energy sources. Thus their energy needs, while high per capita, emit less carbon and costs the country almost nothing because of renewability. However the location of iceland and its energy sources put it at great danger of natural disasters such as hurricanes, volcanoes, and earthquakes that may disrupt power. By comparison, France’s energy demands are supplied mainly by nuclear energy which keep their carbon emission extremely low. At the same time the spent fuel rods pose a health hazard when stored away.
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