Norway wants to work with Sweden on power plant development


Sunday, 10 July 2011
A Norwegian - Swedish initiative is being talked about to create energy for the two countries. The project called the Lapland Energy plant has the idea to convey water from the Swedish lake Pieskehaure into a tunnel at a power plant in Norway.

Production is estimated at just over two terawatt hours and the cost is estimated at Skr4.8 billion.
One of the consequences however, will be that water flow from Norway to Stora Lule�lven and Pite�lven rivers will be reduced, according to reports.
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