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Electricity production from thermal power in Norway 2008-2019

Thermal power is the second largest source of renewable energy production in Norway. The production of thermal power peaked in 2010, at around 5.6 terawatt hours, but since 2012 the production stayed between 3.3 to 3.6 terawatt hours. In 2018, thermal power production composed 2.5 percent of the total electricity production in Norway.

Hydropower in Norway

   Hydropower is probably more associated with Norwegian electricity production. 93 percent of the total electricity production in Norway in 2018 came from hydropower, and the total hydropower production volume amounted to around 126 terawatt hours that year.

Norwegian power station ownership

   County- or municipality owned power stations produce the largest volume of hydropower in Norway. Their production reached around 64 terawatt hours, while the hydropower produced from central government owned power stations was almost 50 terawatt hours.

Electricity production from thermal power in Norway from 2008 to 2019

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Source

Release date

2021

Region

Norway

Survey time period

2008 to 2019

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