List of power stations in Sweden

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The following page lists all the power stations in Sweden. For traction power, see List of installations for 15 kV AC railway electrification in Sweden.

Nuclear[edit]

Name Site Coordinates Type Capacity (MW) Operational Current status Manufacturer
Barsebäck 1 Barsebäckshamn 55°44′35″N 12°55′18″E / 55.7431477°N 12.9215634°E / 55.7431477; 12.9215634 (Barsebäck nuclear power plant, Unit 1) BWR 600 1975–1999 decommissioned ASEA-Atom
Barsebäck 2 Barsebäckshamn 55°44′39″N 12°55′13″E / 55.7442891°N 12.9202116°E / 55.7442891; 12.9202116 (Barsebäck nuclear power plant, Unit 1) BWR 600 1977–2005 decommissioned ASEA-Atom
Forsmark 1 Forsmark 60°24′20″N 18°09′41″E / 60.4055082°N 18.161366°E / 60.4055082; 18.161366 (Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1) BWR 984 1980– operational ASEA-Atom
Forsmark 2 Forsmark 60°24′14″N 18°10′24″E / 60.4039663°N 18.1734252°E / 60.4039663; 18.1734252 (Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2) BWR 1,120 1981– operational ASEA-Atom
Forsmark 3 Forsmark 60°24′10″N 18°10′31″E / 60.4027529°N 18.1751633°E / 60.4027529; 18.1751633 (Forsmark Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 3) BWR 1,167 1985– operational ASEA-Atom
Oskarshamn 1 Figeholm 57°24′45″N 16°39′59″E / 57.4125816°N 16.6665065°E / 57.4125816; 16.6665065 (Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1) BWR 473 1972–2017 decommissioned ASEA-Atom
Oskarshamn 2 Figeholm 57°24′46″N 16°40′04″E / 57.4127029°N 16.6677833°E / 57.4127029; 16.6677833 (Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2) BWR 638 1975–2015 decommissioned ASEA-Atom
Oskarshamn 3 Figeholm 57°24′58″N 16°40′23″E / 57.4160947°N 16.6731369°E / 57.4160947; 16.6731369 (Oskarshamn Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 3) BWR 1,400 1985– operational ASEA-Atom
Ringhals 1 Gloppe 57°15′43″N 12°06′41″E / 57.2619884°N 12.111311°E / 57.2619884; 12.111311 (Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 1) BWR 865 1976–2020 planned decommission ASEA-Atom
Ringhals 2 Gloppe 57°15′39″N 12°06′46″E / 57.2607119°N 12.1126628°E / 57.2607119; 12.1126628 (Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 2) PWR 900 1975–2019 decommissioned Westinghouse Electric Company
Ringhals 3 Gloppe 57°15′29″N 12°06′25″E / 57.2579615°N 12.106998°E / 57.2579615; 12.106998 (Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 3) PWR 1,070 1981– operational Westinghouse Electric Company
Ringhals 4 Gloppe 57°15′24″N 12°06′31″E / 57.2566501°N 12.1085215°E / 57.2566501; 12.1085215 (Ringhals Nuclear Power Plant, Unit 4) PWR 1,120 1983– operational Westinghouse Electric Company

Thermal non-nuclear[edit]

Station Site Coordinates Capacity (MW) Status Type of fuel
Stärnö Power Station Karlshamn 58°05′10″N 14°50′01″E / 58.086229°N 14.8336351°E / 58.086229; 14.8336351 (Stärnö Power Station) 662 Used as reserve Fuel Oil
Stenungsund Power Station Stenungsund 56°09′08″N 11°50′38″E / 56.1522609°N 11.843779°E / 56.1522609; 11.843779 (Stenungsund Power Station) 820 Decommissioned Fuel Oil
Öresund Power Station Malmö 55°37′33.61″N 13°2′18.67″E / 55.6260028°N 13.0385194°E / 55.6260028; 13.0385194 (Öresund Power Station) 440 Decommissioned Natural Gas

Hydroelectric[edit]

There are perhaps a thousand more hydroelectric plants in Sweden not listed here, but these are among the biggest. Today, there are 46 stations at 100 MW and over, 18 at 200 MW and over, 6 at 400 MW and over, and 2 over 500 MW.

Station Site Coordinates Capacity (MW) Notes River
Älvkarleby Hydroelectric Power Station Älvkarleby 60°33′50″N 17°26′32″E / 60.5638178°N 17.442137°E / 60.5638178; 17.442137 (Älvkarleby Hydroelectric Power Station) 126 2nd largest on the river Dal River
Hojum Hydroelectric Power Station Trollhättan 58°16′49″N 12°16′43″E / 58.2803547°N 12.2787452°E / 58.2803547; 12.2787452 (Hojum Hydroelectric Power Station) 170 Largest in Götaland Göta älv
Juktan Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Power Station[1] Gunnam 64°57′37″N 17°34′47″E / 64.9601851°N 17.5798416°E / 64.9601851; 17.5798416 (Juktan Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Power Station) 334 - Juktån
Letten Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Power Station Värmland 60°42′38″N 12°40′26″E / 60.71065°N 12.67385°E / 60.71065; 12.67385 (Letten Pumped-Storage Hydroelectric Power Station) 36 PHS Letten
Olidan Hydroelectric Power Station Trollhättan 58°16′30″N 12°16′21″E / 58.2750011°N 12.2725332°E / 58.2750011; 12.2725332 (Olidan Hydroelectric Power Station) 130 One of the oldest in the country Göta älv
Porjus Hydroelectric Power Station Porjus 66°57′15″N 19°47′46″E / 66.9542809°N 19.7960758°E / 66.9542809; 19.7960758 (Porjus Hydroelectric Power Station) 480 3rd largest in Sweden Lule River
Harsprånget Hydroelectric power station Harsprånget 66°53′06″N 19°48′53″E / 66.885°N 19.8148°E / 66.885; 19.8148 (Harsprånget Hydroelectric power station) 977 Largest in Sweden Lule River
Stornorrfors Hydroelectric power station Norrfors 63°31′08″N 20°21′36″E / 63.519°N 20.36°E / 63.519; 20.36 (Stornorrfors Hydroelectric power station) 599 2nd largest in Sweden Ume River
Messaure Messaure 66°24′36″N 20°12′00″E / 66.410°N 20.20°E / 66.410; 20.20 (Messaure) 460 101 m dam Lule River
Letsi Letsi 66°30′16″N 20°23′02″E / 66.5045°N 20.3838°E / 66.5045; 20.3838 (Letsi Hydroelectric power station) 456 First and largest in the river Lesser Lule River
Kilforsen Kilforsen 63°19′28″N 16°27′15″E / 63.3244°N 16.4542°E / 63.3244; 16.4542 (Kilforsen) 415 6th largest in Sweden Fjällsjö River
Trängslet Dam Trängslet 61°22′48″N 13°43′48″E / 61.3800°N 13.7300°E / 61.3800; 13.7300 (Trängslet) 330 Highest dam in Sweden, 120 m Dal River

Wind farms[edit]

Farm Municipality Coordinates Capacity (MW) Turbines Commissioned
Aapua Wind Farm Övertorneå, Norrbotten 66°51′45″N 23°32′14″E / 66.86250°N 23.53722°E / 66.86250; 23.53722 (Aapua Wind Farm) 10 7 2005
Blaiken[2][3][4] Arjeplog, Norrbotten 250 100 2011–2015
Falkenberg Falkenberg, Halland 11 15  
Fjällberget[5] Ludvika Dalarna 10 5 2006
Hedagården-Tågarp wind park Svalöv, Skåne 9 6  
Hedboberget   18 9 2008
Hornberg Wind Farm Malå, Västerbotten 10 5 2007
Jädraås[6] Ockelbo, Gävleborg 203 66 2013
Landskrona Landskrona, Skåne 7 12  
Lillgrund Wind Farm Malmö, Skåne 55°31′N 12°47′E / 55.517°N 12.783°E / 55.517; 12.783 (Lillgrund Wind Farm) 110 48 2007
Långå Wind Farm Härjedalen, Jämtland 10 5  
Lärbro Gotland, Gotland 9 10  
Mungseröd wind park Tanum, Västra Götaland 9 6  
Näs Gotland, Gotland 72 38  
Råshön Wind Farm Krokom, Jämtland 10 7  
Slite Gotland, Gotland 11 12  
Stora Istad Wind Farm Borgholm, Kalmar 10 5 2007
Utgrunden     10 7  
Yttre Stengrund     10 5 2001; Decommissioned in 2015
Älmhult power farm (formerly Kastlösa)     9 16  
Bliekavare[7]     18  
Bondön[7]       14  
Brattön[7]       10  
Dragaliden[8]     24 12 2010
Gabrielsberget[7]       40 2012
Glötesvålen[7]       30  
Gässlingegrund[7]       10  
Havsnäs Wind Farm     95 48 2009
Hud/Kil[7]       10  
Markbygden Wind Farm Piteå, Norrbotten County 65°25′N 20°40′E / 65.417°N 20.667°E / 65.417; 20.667 (Markbygden Wind Farm) 4,000 1,100 2020
Rautirova[7]       19  
Råshön wind farm Krokom, Jämtland   2 1 2010
Sjisjka[7]       30  
Storrun[7] Krokum   30 12 2009
Saxberget[7]       17  
Skottarevet[7]       30  
Säliträdberget[7]       8  
Uljaboda[7]     10  

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  4. ^ "Fortum Buys 40% Stake In Blaiken Wind Power Project". The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones Newswires. 2010-08-31. Retrieved 2010-08-31.
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