Norway

  • Fosen Vind

    Fosen Vind is realising Europe's largest onshore wind power project in Central-Norway, comprising six wind farms, with a combined capacity of 1000 MW.

    Infographic for Fosen Vind UK Wind power
  • Lio power plant

    Lio power plant in Tokke municipality in Telemark county was built in 1969 and is now being modernised. Following the upgrade, installed capacity will increase by 3 MW to 43 MW. Annual production can be increased by up to 18 GWh to a total of 243 GWh. The project is scheduled to be completed in 2017.

    Employees at Lio power plant. Hydropower
  • Nore I power plant

    Statkraft has decided to refurbish Nore 1 hydropower plant in Buskerud, Norway. The refurbishment will ensure further hydropower production at the facility for many years to come. Plans to build a new Nore 1 power plant are cancelled.

    Nore power plant. Hydropower
  • Ringedalen power plant

    Statkraft has decided to commence the development of the Ringedalen power plant in Odda municipality. The power plant is scheduled for completion in 2017, and will supply approx. 3 000 Norwegian homes with electricity.

    Dame Ringedalsdammen Hydropower
  • Vesle Kjela power plant

    Statkraft will use a major part of the energy potential that is available in the Tokke-Vinje water system and has been granted the rights to expand the Vesle Kjela power plant with an intake in the existing Kjelavatnet regulation reservoir in Vinje municipality in Telemark.

    A power plant in Vesle Kjela. Hydropower
  • Viemyr and Austdøla power plant

    Development of Viermyr and Austøla power plants are tentatively calculated to be able to provide a maximum annual production of approx. 36 GWh, at a construction cost of approx. NOK 3.6/kWh. Construction period is approximately two years.

    Mountains in Norway. Hydropower
  • Vigdøla power plant

    In April 2011, Statkraft applied for a license for the construction of Vigdøla power plant in the municipality of Luster in Sogn og Fjordane, Norway. Vigdøla power plant will utilise a gross head (vertical drop) of approximately 600 meter in Vigdøla, a tributary of the Jostedøla river, on the eastern side of Jostedalen.

    Lower part of Vigdola power plant. Hydropower