Aurland Hydroelectric Power Station

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Location
60°51'18"N
007°18'16"E
Country
 Norway
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The Aurland Power Station (Norwegian: Aurland kraftverk, Urban East Norwegian: [ˈæ̂ʉrlɑn ˈkrɑ̀ftværk]) is a hydroelectric power station located in the municipality Aurland in Vestland, Norway, owned by E-CO Energi. It consists of five facilities, Aurland I, Aurland II, Aurland III, Reppa and Vangen, and operates at a combined installed capacity of 1,128 MW, with an average annual production of 2,869 GWh. The construction works were initiated in 1969, and the first production from Aurland I started in 1973.
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