Hakavik Power Station
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Hakavik Power Station is a hydroelectric power plant in Øvre Eiker, Norway with a power of 7 MW inaugurated in 1922. It generates only single phase AC for railway purpose and is the startpoint of a 55 kV- single phase AC powerline for traction current to Sande and an other to Sundhaugen Switching Station, where a 55 kV-line to Asker and an other one to Neslandsvatn over Nordagutu and Skollenberg departs.
The power station is located 25 metres above sea level, in the county of Buskerud.
The coordinates for the station are Latitude: 59°37'28.96" and longitude: 9°57'14.11"
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