Logna power station | Agder Energi

Logna power station

Logna power station is a hydroelectric facility on the River Logna, which joins the Mandalselva north of Åkersnes in Åseral Municipality.

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Logna power station is situated in Åseral Municipality in Vest-Agder. The municipality has a population of 923, and covers an area of 887 km², approximately 10% of which is water. Logna is one of four power stations in the municipality.

The power station, which lies on the River Logna, makes use of the 154-metre drop from Juvatn to Svartevatn. Juvatn is dammed to an elevation of between 513 and 489 m a.s.l.

The Logna is the longest tributary of the Mandalselva.

Tunnel length 5048m
Vertical drop 154m
Operating since 1961
Number Aggregates in operation at the station:1
Agder Engergi owns 100% of power plant
Every second runs the 0m³ water through the plant. Enough to fill 0 ten-liter buckets of water every hundredth of a second.

Power producting:

Logna power station supplies 105 GWh to Agder Energi per year, equivalent to 1.28% of the 8200 GWh generated by the group in an average year.
This makes Logna power station the 22th biggest power station in the Agder Energi group.
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Agder Energi’s share of generation covers the annual consumption of approximately 5250 households.

Wikipedia, Agder Energi’s own data.