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List of power stations in Iceland

 

List of power stations in Iceland

The following page lists all power stations in Iceland.[1]

Contents

  • Hydroelectric 1
  • Geothermal 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4

Hydroelectric

Station Community Coordinates [2] Capacity 2011 (MW) Output 2007 (MWh)[3] Commissioned Status Past Energy Output Refs
Kárahnjúkar Hydropower Plant Hálslón Reservoir 690 699,411 2007 Operational
Búrfellsstöð 270 1,700,481 1969 Operational
Búðarháls South 95 2013 Operational [4] [5]
Hrauneyjafosstöð 210 1,277,186 1981 Operational
Blöndustöð 150 912,275 1991 Operational
Sigöldustöð 150 912,275 1977 Operational
Sultartangastöð 120 729,820 2000 Operational
Vatnsfell Power Station South 90 547,365 2001 Operational [5]
Írafossstöð (Sogsstöðvar) 47.7 290,104 1953 Operational 1953: 31MW, 1963: 47.7MW
Lagarfosstöð 27.5 45,614 1975 Operational 1975: 7.5MW, 2007: 27.5MW
Steingrímsstöð (Sogsstöðvar) 27.0 158,128 1959 Operational
Ljósafossstöð (Sogsstöðvar) 14.6 90,619 1937 Operational 1937: 8.8MW, 1944: 14.3MW
Laxárstöðvar 27.5 85,146 1939 Operational 1939: 2.5MW, 1944: 5MW, 1953: 14MW, 1973: 23MW, 1993: 27.5MW
Mjólkárvirkjun 10.55 54,007 1958 Operational 1958: 2.4MW, 1975: 8.1MW, 2010: 9.25MW
Andakílsárvirkjun 8.46 48,168 1947 Operational 1947: 3.68MW, 1974: 8.46MW

Geothermal

Station Community Coordinates [2] Capacity 2011 (MW) Output 2007 (MWh)[3] Commissioned Status Past Energy Output Refs
Hellisheiði Power Station Hveragerði 303 (400 thermal) 700,800 2006 Operational 2006: 90MW, 2007: 123MW, 2008: 213MW [6]
Reykjanes Power Station Grindavík 150 902,280 2006 Operational 2006: 100MW, 2010: 150MW
Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station Þingvellir 120 (300 thermal) 1,051,200 1990 Operational [7]
Svartsengi Power Station Grindavík 76.5 (150 thermal) 406,464 1976 Operational
Krafla Power Station Reykjahlíð 60 525,600 1977 Operational
Bjarnarflag Power Station Reykjahlíð 3 26,280 1969 Operational [6]

See also

References

  1. ^ Icelandic Energy Portal [1]
  2. ^ a b http://industryabout.com/europe/iceland
  3. ^ a b http://enipedia.tudelft.nl/articles/Iceland#Top_20_Power_Plants_in_Iceland.
  4. ^ "Voith completes work on 95MW hydro power plant in Iceland". Power Technology. 10 March 2014. Retrieved 10 March 2014. 
  5. ^ a b "Hydroelectric Plants in Iceland". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 18 August 2013. Retrieved 10 March 2014. 
  6. ^ a b "Geothermal Power Plants in Iceland". Gallery. Power Plants Around The World. 14 November 2012. Retrieved 10 March 2014. 
  7. ^ http://www.or.is/media/PDF/Nesjavellir_Enska.pdf
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