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Krångede Hydroelectric Power Station

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Official name  Krångede kraftverk
Status  Operational
Operator(s)  Fortum
Construction began  1931
Turbine  6
Purpose  Power
Opening date  1936
Owner  Fortum
Impound  Indalsälven
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Location  Jämtland County, Sweden
Similar  Höljes Hydroelectric Power St, Älvkarleby Hydroelectric Power St, Döda fallet, Harsprånget hydroelectric power sta, Stornorrfors Hydroelectric Power St

Krångede Hydroelectric Power Station (Swedish: Krångede kraftverk) is a run-of-the-river hydroelectric power plant on the Indalsälven in Jämtland County, Sweden. About 15 km downstream of Krångede is the urban area Hammarstrand.


Work on the power plant began in 1931. It was operational in 1936. Krångede power plant is owned by Fortum.


Krångede Dam is a concrete gravity dam. The dam features a spillway with 4 gates over the dam, that is located in the middle.

Power plant

The power plant contains 6 Francis turbine-generators. The total nameplate capacity is 248.4 MW. Its average annual generation is 1622.4 GWh. The hydraulic head is 60 m.


Krångede Hydroelectric Power Station Wikipedia

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