Reykjavik Energy: Organization DB Profile: All Cities

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Reykjavik, (Ic10), Iceland   93.60% (117)
North Sea, Oceans (General), Oceans   54.40% (68)
Hengill, (Ic03), Iceland   44.80% (56)
Copenhagen, KAvn*, Denmark   10.40% (13)
Department Of Energy, District Of Columbia, United States   10.40% (13)
Torp, Vestfold, Norway   8.00% (10)
Of Use, Kyoto, Japan   8.00% (10)
Lanzhou, Gansu, China   7.20% (9)
Sims, California, United States   6.40% (8)
Columbia, Washington, United States   5.60% (7)
London, London, City Of, United Kingdom   5.60% (7)
Idaho State University, Idaho, United States   5.60% (7)
Boston, Massachusetts, United States   4.80% (6)
Columbia University, New York, United States   4.80% (6)
Eib, Baden-WBerg, Germany   4.00% (5)
San Diego, California, United States   4.00% (5)
Green Mountain, New York, United States   4.00% (5)
Edison, California, United States   4.00% (5)
Warsaw, (Pl67), Poland   3.20% (4)
Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   3.20% (4)
University Of Idaho, Idaho, United States   3.20% (4)
Shanghai, Shanghai, China   3.20% (4)
Hudson, New York, United States   3.20% (4)
Mccormick, Pennsylvania, United States   3.20% (4)
Not A, Corse, France   3.20% (4)
Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States   3.20% (4)
Soda Springs, Idaho, United States   3.20% (4)
Rutgers University, New Jersey, United States   3.20% (4)
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Snake River Plain, Idaho, United States   3.20% (4)
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