On the Internet, you will find a large number of interesting websites on energy. Sesseljuhus recommends the following websites:
Suðurnesja Heating: Here there is much interesting information organized for three target audience interfaces–for kids, for students and for those seeking tips.
Power Center: Here you will find interesting information about conserving energy both at home and while travelling.
National Energy: This organization advises the government on energy policy matters and their website provides a comprehensive brief history of energy.
National Power: Here you can find information about Iceland’s various hydropower dams, geothermal plants, energy use and energy savings advice.
Reykjavík Energy: Under the “Information” link, there is a lot of miscellaneous and entertaining information on energy.
On the Internet, you will find a large number of interesting websites on environmental issues. Sesseljuhus recommends the following websites:
Ministry of the Environment: The ministry’s website has a vast collection of information on the environment, including data and documents from Icelandic collaborations and partnerships with international organizations.
Environmental Protection Agency: The EPA is a governmental agency with the task of “promoting the general welfare by working to maintain a healthy environment, safe consumer products and conservation and sustainable use of natural resources.”
Reykjavík City Environmental Network: description needed
Nature.is: This is an independent umbrella web site with news and coverage of events relating to environmental issues, environmental protection and nature-related products and services available in Iceland today.
UMÍS ehf. Environice: This consultancy has information on environmental and sustainable development as well as environmental history matters.
Beluga: This is an environmental certification company’s website providing news and coverage of environmental issues, environmental information, a children’s page and much more.