Certificate Scheme

Technology

Capacity

Age

Country

Earmark

Certification

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Alfta

Sweden Sweden

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1945

Installed Capacity:

32 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Åmli-Gjøv

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1983

Installed Capacity:

18.4 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Renewable energy from Åmli power station allows Agder Energi to meet the electricity needs of approximately 4,300 households

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Åmli-Nidelv

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1983

Installed Capacity:

5.8 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Åmli is close to the start of the River Nidelva, where the branch of the river from Nesvatn and Gjøvdal converges with the branch from Fyresvatnet and Nisser

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Åna-Sira

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1971

Installed Capacity:

150 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Åna-Sira power station is a hydro-electric facility on the River Sineåna. It makes use of the 46-metre drop from Lake Lundevatn to Åna

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Berlifoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1958

Installed Capacity:

9.5 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Berlifoss power station lies in Nissedal Municipality. It was commissioned in 1958 and exploits the drop at the bottom of the River Fyreselv around Øyfjell, Kjellar and Berlifoss

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Bjelland

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1974

Installed Capacity:

56.016 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Bjelland power station allows Agder Energi to meet the electricity needs of approximately 15,600 households

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Bjurfors Nedre

Sweden Sweden

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1959

Installed Capacity:

78 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Brokke

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1964

Installed Capacity:

330 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Brokke lies on the River Otra and makes use of a 303-metre drop from Lake Botsvatnet

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Duge Pumpekraftverk

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1979

Installed Capacity:

200 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Duge receives water from the Svartevatn reservoir at the top of the Sira river system, on the border between Sirdal and Forsand municipalities

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Dynjanfoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1951

Installed Capacity:

33 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Dynjanfoss uses the drop of the River Fyreselv at the Dynjanfoss and Reinefoss waterfalls, between Hønetjønn and Eikhomskilen

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Evenstad

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1939

Installed Capacity:

23.5 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Renewable energy from Evenstad power station allows Agder Energi to meet the electricity needs of approximately 6,000 households

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Færåsen

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

2009

Installed Capacity:

1.43 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Færåsen power station is a hydroelectric facility in Lindesnes Municipality in Agder. Commissioned in 2009, it makes use of the 55-metre drop from Eptevatnet to Brådlandsvatnet

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FED

Technology:

Year of Commissioning:

Installed Capacity:

MW

Earmark:

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Finndøla

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1972

Installed Capacity:

108 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Finndøla power station, in Fyresdal Municipality in Telemark, lies on Lake Fyresvatn, which is part of the Arendal drainage basin

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Finså

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1963

Installed Capacity:

23 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Finså power station is situated at Tonstad in Sirdal Municipality. Commissioned in 1963, it makes use of the 303.5-metre drop from Bjørnestadvatnet to Sirdalsvatnet

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Geitfjellet

Norway Norway

Technology:

Wind

Year of Commissioning:

2020

Installed Capacity:

180.6 MW

Earmark:

Production Support

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Hanefoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1961

Installed Capacity:

22 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Hanefoss' upper reservoir is Uldalsåna, which is part of the Tovdal river system. It makes use of a 71-metre drop

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Harbakkfjellet

Norway Norway

Technology:

Wind

Year of Commissioning:

2020

Installed Capacity:

126 MW

Earmark:

Production Support

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Harrsele

Sweden Sweden

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1957

Installed Capacity:

223 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Håverstad

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1957

Installed Capacity:

48 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Renewable energy from Håverstad power station allows Agder Energi to meet the electricity needs of roughly 14,100 households

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Hekni

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1995

Installed Capacity:

56 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Hekni power station lies in Bygland Municipality. It is a run-of-the-river plant just below Rysstad in the Setesdal valley, on the east bank of the River Otra

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Hitra 2 Vindpark

Norway Norway

Technology:

Wind

Year of Commissioning:

2019

Installed Capacity:

93.6 MW

Earmark:

Production Support

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Holen 3

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1987

Installed Capacity:

160 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Holen power station lies on Lake Botsvatn in Bykle Municipality

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Holen I-II

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1981

Installed Capacity:

230 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Holen power station supplies Agder Energi with 677 GWh per year, making it our 3rd biggest power station

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Hovatn

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1971

Installed Capacity:

45 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Hovatn power station lies in Bygland Municipality, in a cavern north of Ose on the east side of the River Otra

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Høgefoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1919

Installed Capacity:

25 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The Nisserelva is dammed at Svåfossen, and the power station makes use of the drop from Kjørull reservoir

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Høylandsfoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1948

Installed Capacity:

7.5 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station is situated slightly north of Feda in Kvinesdal Municipality. It lies on the River Fedavassdraget and exploits a 45.5-metre drop

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Hunsfoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1964

Installed Capacity:

25.1 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Situated in Vennesla Municipality, it makes use of a 13.5-metre drop in the River Otra

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Hylen (Suldal)

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1980

Installed Capacity:

160 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Iveland

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1949

Installed Capacity:

87 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station, which lies on the River Otra, makes use of the 50.45-metre drop from Gåseflåfjorden to Skaiåevja

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Jørundland

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1970

Installed Capacity:

55.2 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station exploits a 282-metre drop in the River Gjøv from Nesvatn reservoir in Fyresdal Municipality. Nesvatn is part of the Arendal drainage basin

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Kuli

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1966

Installed Capacity:

6 MW

Earmark:

No Support

It makes use of the 173.5-metre drop from the upper reservoir Kulivatn to Furevatnet

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Kvenndalsfjellet

Norway Norway

Technology:

Wind

Year of Commissioning:

2020

Installed Capacity:

113.6 MW

Earmark:

Production Support

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Kvilldal (Suldal)

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1981

Installed Capacity:

1.240 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Kvinen Kraftverk

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1981

Installed Capacity:

80 MW

Earmark:

No Support

From the intake at Stampetjønna, it makes use of a 278-metre drop

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Kvinesdal

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

2006

Installed Capacity:

1.3 MW

Earmark:

No Support

From the intake at Stampetjønna, water flows to the power station through a pipeline with some sections above ground and others underground

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Kvistforsen

Sweden Sweden

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1962

Installed Capacity:

140 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Laudal

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1981

Installed Capacity:

26.187 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station lies along the middle section of the River Mandalsåni in the Mandal drainage basin

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Leppikoski

Finland Finland

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1963

Installed Capacity:

21 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Lislevatn

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

2015

Installed Capacity:

4.2 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station itself is located at Håtveitåna just by Highway 42 whilst the water intake is at the bottom of Vikstølsvannet

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Logna

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1961

Installed Capacity:

20.2 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station, which lies on the River Logna, the longest tributary of the River Mandal, makes use of the 154-metre drop from Juvatn to Svartevatn

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Longerak

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1915

Installed Capacity:

1.3 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station lies half way up the valley side on the east side of Lake Byglandsfjorden

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Nisserdam

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1985

Installed Capacity:

1.8 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Renewable energy from Nisserdam power station allows Agder Energi to meet the electricity needs of approximately 600 households

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Nomeland

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1920

Installed Capacity:

28.7 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station lies on the east side of the River Otra, approximately 24 km north of Kristiansand. It makes use of the 20.4-metre drop from Nomelandsdammen

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Olden

Sweden Sweden

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1974

Installed Capacity:

112 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Osen (Sirdal)

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1964

Installed Capacity:

4 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The reservoir capacity is 40 million cubic metres, and there is a 2.3 km long water transfer tunnel from the upper reservoir Nespervatn

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Pyhakoski

Finland Finland

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1951

Installed Capacity:

146 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Roan Vindpark

Norway Norway

Technology:

Wind

Year of Commissioning:

2019

Installed Capacity:

256 MW

Earmark:

Production Support

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Roskrepp Kraftverk

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1979

Installed Capacity:

50 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station makes use of the drop from Rosskreppfjorden to Øyarvatn. Part of its drainage basin is in Valle Municipality

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Rygene

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1978

Installed Capacity:

55 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The River Nidelva is dammed at the power station’s intake, and this section of the river is the boundary between Grimstad and Arendal

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Saurdal (Suldal)

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1985

Installed Capacity:

640 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Skarg

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

2014

Installed Capacity:

24 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station, which is very close to the village of Bykle, makes use of an 86.5-metre drop

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Skjerka

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1997

Installed Capacity:

206.6 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Renewable energy from Skjerka power station allows Agder Energi to meet the electricity needs of approximately 30,600 households

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Smeland

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1985

Installed Capacity:

24 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station is on the River Logna, and makes use of the drop between Lake Lognevatnet and Smeland. The Logna is the longest tributary of the Mandalselva

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Solhom Kraftverk

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1974

Installed Capacity:

200 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Solhom makes use of the River Kvine’s drop from Nesjen/Kvifjorden to Homstølvatnet

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Steinsfoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1957

Installed Capacity:

110 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station makes use of three waterfalls on the River Otra: Steinsfoss, Paulenfoss and Urfoss

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Storheia Vindpark

Norway Norway

Technology:

Wind

Year of Commissioning:

2019

Installed Capacity:

288 MW

Earmark:

Production Support

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Stølsdal (Hjelmeland)

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1986

Installed Capacity:

17 MW

Earmark:

No Support

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Tjønnefoss

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1966

Installed Capacity:

6 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The River Nisserelva is dammed at Tjønnefossen, and the power station makes use of the drop created by the waterfall and dam

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Tjørhom Kraftverk

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1973

Installed Capacity:

120 MW

Earmark:

No Support

This hydro-electric facility at Tjørhom makes use of the 158-metre drop between the Gravatn reservoir and Tjørhomvatn

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Tonstad Vannkraftverk

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1968

Installed Capacity:

690 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The upper reservoir for the power station is Homstølvatnet. Some of the drainage basin for the reservoir is in the municipalities of Bygland and Kvinesdal

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Tryland

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

1921

Installed Capacity:

5.4 MW

Earmark:

No Support

The power station makes use of the 132-metre drop from Aklandstjønn

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Uleberg

Norway Norway

Technology:

Hydro

Year of Commissioning:

2006

Installed Capacity:

9.4 MW

Earmark:

No Support

Uleberg makes use of a 180-metre drop in the River Skjerka. The Skjerka empties into Lake Øre in Åseral, and after the lake the river is known as the Mandalselva

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