Vatnsfell Power Station

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Location
64°11'46"N
019°01'57"W
Country
 Iceland
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Vatnsfell (Icelandic pronunciation: ​[ˈvassˌfɛtl̥]) is an Icelandic hydroelectric power station situated in the Highlands of Iceland, at the south end of lake Þórisvatn, just before the Sprengisandur highland road. The power station went online in 2001. It is run by Landsvirkjun and generates electricity during the peak demand winter months. The installed capacity is 90 MW, and the head is 67 metres (220 ft). Lead engineering services were provided by Mannvit Engineering.
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