Landscape in Peru

Statkraft is one of the largest producers of hydropower in Peru. (Photo: Statkraft)

Statkraft is today the fifth largest electricity producer in Peru.

Statkraft has been present in Peru since 2003, first through its subsidiary SN Power and since June 2014 as Statkraft Peru.

Together with the state-owned investment fund Norfund, Statkraft now owns and operates nine hydropower plants in the country, with a total capacity of 443 MW and an annual power production of about 2500 GWh.

Statkraft’s investments in Peru are part of the company’s focus on South-America, including development, operation and maintenance of hydropower and wind power assets in Brazil, Chile and Peru. The business consists of ownership interests in 20 hydropower plants and two wind farms, an extensive power trading activity and more than 700 employees in the three countries.

You can find more information on Statkraft's peruvian website.

  • Arcata

    The Arcata hydroelectric power production center is located in Arequipa region, 230 kilometres to the south of Arequipa city.

    Arcata Hydropower Plant with grass in the sides Hydropower
  • Cahua

    Cahua power plant is located 260 kilometres to the north of the city of Lima and 60 kilometres from the highlands, on the left bank of the Pativilca river at an elevation of 880 metres above sea level.

    Water flowing at Cahua Hydropower Plant Hydropower
  • Cheves

    Cheves power plant is located 130 kilometers north of Peru's capitol Lima, on the Huaura river.

    Pool of mint green water in Cheves Hydropower
  • Gallito Ciego

    Gallito Ciego power plant is located 252 kilometres to the north of the Cajamarca city in Peru.

    Aerial photo over Gallito Ciego Hydropower Plant Hydropower
  • La Oroya

    La Oroya hydropower plant is located in the Santa Rosa de Sacco district in the Junin region, at 3,694 metres above sea level.

    Beautiful white house with blue details at La Oroya Hydropower
  • Malpaso

    The Malpaso hydropower plant is located in the Paccha district in the region of Junin region, at 3,870 metres above sea level.

    Malpaso hydropower plant in the mountains Hydropower
  • Pachachaca

    The Pachachaca hydropower plant is located in the Yauli district in the Junin region, at 4,031 metres above sea level.

    Pachachaca Hydropower Plant Hydropower
  • Pariac

    Pariac is located in the province of Huaraz, on the left bank of the Pariac river, at 3,337 metres above sea level.

    Mountainous Peru Hydropower
  • Yaupi

    Yaupi hydropower plant is located in the Llaupi village in the Junin region, at 1,328 metres above sea Level.

    Yaupi Hydropower Plant seen from above with surrounding green fields Hydropower