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Storlia power plant

Norway / Hydropower / Project

Storlia power plant will use a 75-metre height of fall between Lake Bjoreio and Lake Sysenvatn in Eidfjord Municipality.

The Storlia Power Plant will have an installed capacity of 8.5 MW from two horizontal Francis turbines of 6 MW and 2.5 MW respectively. The power plant will be built inside the mountain with an access tunnel from Storlia, on the lower side of National Road 7. The water will come from a new intake in Lake Bjoreio through a new head race tunnel into the power plant. An outlet tunnel will run from the power plant and end up in the existing diversion tunnel between Lake Bjoreio and Lake Sysenvatnet.

Illustration of Storlia power plant
Illustration of Storlia power plant

Start-up of preparatory work was completed in 2015.  Construction is under way and the power plant will be commissioned in the spring of 2020. Remaining work involves tunnels, concrete and the delivery and installation of electro-mechanical equipment.

Illustration of Storlia power plant
Illustration of Storlia power plant

The work is being carried out by AF Gruppen and Rainpower.

Project manager: Arne Sandvold

+47 957 23 959
Arne.sandvold@statkraft.com

Construction manager: Øyvind Sandstå

+47 907 69 204
Oyvind.sandsta@statkraft.com

 

Company Ownership share
Statkraft 65%
BKK 26.25%
SKL 8.75%
Illustration of Storlia power plant

Illustration of Storlia power plant

Key facts

  • Production 34 GWh
  • Installed capacity 8.5 MW (6+2.5)
  • Planned commissioning Q2 2020
  • 65% Statkraft ownership

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