A piece from ClickGreen says that China has signed an agreement with Iceland on geothermal energy development.
The Chinese have signed a deal with Iceland to increase co-operation over the development of geothermal energy.
China's Premier Wen Jiabao concluded the agreement last weekend during the first stage of a four-nation European tour.
As a trained geologist, Wen toured the Thingvellir national park, home to popular tourist attractions the Gullfoss falls and the Geysir geyser.
Geothermal energy surely has potential as a sustainable energy source. Maybe the EU should have got there first, but Iceland is so far away isn't it?