Not progressing as many had hoped. . . http://www.theworld.org/?q=node/10628 It appears they have one hydrogen fueling station, no cars, and the hydrogen buses they had been using for a while have been retired -- with one placed in a transportation museum. And yet, the report makes no mention of any alternatives -- nothing about battery-electric cars. I Googled for older articles about Iceland and hydrogen, and I found a lot of "hydrogen hype" articles, but again never the briefest mention of BEVs. It's a pretty big blind spot they seem to have over in Iceland. I have heard an argument saying that Hawaii would be the most perfect place to sell electric cars. Gasoline is quite expensive there, and the usual range limitations of electric cars are no concern at all, since you can't drive off the islands anyhow. I don't think Hawaii has invested as heavily as Iceland in geothermal power, but they are producing some (http://www1.eere.energy.gov/geothermal/hawaii.html), and the potential is obvious.