Oksla power plant

Norway / Hydropower / Power plant

Oksla power plant is located in Tyssedal in Odda Municipality, Vestland County.

  • 1980
    Entered into operation
  • 210 MW
    Installed capacity
  • 1,107.2 GWh
    Annual production

The power plant uses a height of fall of 465 metres from Lake Ringedalsvannet, which is regulated by Ringedalsdammen.

Development of this site came about as a result of premature reversion to state ownership and closure of Tysso I power plant that was built in 1908 and is today a protected heritage site.

Oksla plant was commissioned in 1980 and has one Francis turbine producing 210 MW.


Company Ownership share
Statkraft 100%
  • Van in entrance of entry portal at Oksla power plant.

    Entry portal at Oksla power plant.

  • Top of a generating unit at Oksla power plant.

    The machine hall in Oksla power plant.

  • Lake Ringedalsvannet – intake to Oksla power plant.

    Lake Ringedalsvannet is dammed as a reservoir for Oksla power plant.

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