Seven of Statkraft's hydropower plants are open for visitors. In them you find regional information centres, where visitors can find expositions and multimedia shows, as well as guided tours of the plant.
The plant and the Visitor centre can be found in beautiful surroundings near Aberystwyth on Wales' western coast. Rheidol Visitor Centre is open at Easter Weekend, and from May 1 until September 30, every day between 10:30 and 16:15. Tours of the Power station can be arranged. Group are received year round. For group bookings call +44 1970 880 667.
Laholm, Southern Sweden
The plant by Lagan ha a modern visitor centre. Between June 1 and August 31 it's open from 09:00 until 15:30. Out of season bookings can be made at +46 (0) 300 562400.
For visits at the power plants in Norway, rules for safety preparedness applies. These are Statkraft's responsibility.
Alta power plant
Visit the Alta dam, with a guided tour. Arranged all year round, by local tour operators. No tour of the plant itself. Contact Henriette Bismo Eilertsen, Flyspesialisten, on + 47 78445050 for information.
Alta power plant can be found 46 km from Alta in Finnmark. The road to the plant leaves the E6 highway 4 km north of Alta, but the road is closed for public traffic.
Vest Telemark Museum - Eidsborg
Vest Telemark Museum - Eidsborg is a combination of modern museum activity and showroom for Statkraft. One part of the museum is designed as a display center for Statkraft, which has a model of an aggregate of Tokke plants. In another model, the public can pump water up to a reservoir, such as opening a door so the water flows into a turbine that spins around a generator, which ultimately produces light in a model of Hotel Dalen. A visit can be combined with a stay at the valley hotel, canal cruises and a tour to Tokke plants.
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