The Svartsengi Power Station is a geothermal power plant in the south west of Iceland, between the village of GrindavĂ­k and the International Airport in Keflavik. It produces more than 75 Megawatt of electric power and almost 500 liters of hot water per second. It's unused water fills up the Blue Lagoon thermal baths.

At night, the entire power station is wrapped in hot steam that is illuminated by spotlights of different colors, making the whole thing look very dramatic, like a laboratory in hell or the devil's personal cloud factory.