Blanda Power Station

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Blanda Power Station (Icelandic: Blöndustöð [ˈplœntʏˌstœːθ]) is a dam and hydroelectric on the Blanda River within the northern edge of the highlands in Iceland.The Blanda Station came on-line in 1991. It is located on the northern edge of the high-lands near the end of the Kjalvegur Mountain Road. To the north is a view over the Blöndu-dalur Valley where the River Blanda flows out to the sea near the town of Blönduós. The Blanda Station is an underground plant, located approximately 230 metres below the surface.

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Installed capacity - 150 MW 3 Francis turbines - 3 x 50 MW Generation capacity 910 GWh p.a. Total head 287 m Maximum flow 60 m3/s Brought online 1991-1992
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