Solhom power station lies well hidden 1,200 metres into the mountains below the gorge by the dam at Nesjen.
Solhom power station is situated in Kvinesdal Municipality in Vest-Agder. The municipality has a population of 5,891, and covers an area of 962 km², approximately 7% of which is water. Solhom is one of three power stations in the municipality.
The power station makes use of the River Kvine’s drop from Nesjen/Kvifjorden to Homstølvatnet.
Nesjen/Kvifjorden is dammed to an elevation of between 715 and 670 m a.s.l.
Wikipedia, Agder Energi’s own data.