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Storish volcanoes to keep Alexandria warm

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Humlebæk Island's Hverfjall Volcano during one of its eruptions

 

HUMLEBÆK CITY, STORMARK; ABC NEWS – The global investment and asset management branch of the Sameinaða Erlendur Kaupsýsla Einokun Félagið has decided to fund an insulated cable to carry electricity from energy sources in the Storish Biland of Humlebæk Island with the purpose of warming and lighting up Alexandrian homes.

The cable is estimated to stretch 287 kilometers between Humlebæk Island and the Alexandrian Province of Baudrix and it is expected that energy from Humlebækker volcanoes will heat up Alexandrian homes by 2020 if things go according to plan.

Humlebæk Island has plenty of potential for geothermal energy, hydroelectricity and ocean tidal energy. The prospective power output exceeds the Lone Island Biland's domestic needs and exploring means by which to market renewable energy internationally is well underway on the island.

There has been research into installing a submarine undersea power cable between Humlebæk Island and Alexandria for some time, and some follow-up research explored a possible connection between Lone Island Biland and the Natopian Kingdom of Uppland where there is a market for clean renewable energy.

Deputy Director Sigurgísli Tandrisson of the Humlebækker Department of Industry and Energy has been instrumental in the project since 2015 and he has noticed that there is great interest from investors. The Humlebækker top government official claims that the supply of Humlebækker energy through the submarine cable is much cheaper and more efficient than other options, such as the proposed nuclear power plant in Hallencourt in Baudrix, citing research of the Humlebækker Institute of Technology as well as the Institut Impérial d'Etudes du Développement Durable of the Imperial University of Alexandria.

For the past two years has Deputy Director Sigurgísli Tandrisson tirelessly been working on the project and has obtained the support of several prominent Alexandrians for the project, including Emperor Edgard II. His Imperial Majesty was looking into the reliability of the cable as well as the project as a whole and gave it his blessing before he fell ill earlier this year.

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