After persistent malfunctions in the transformers at Sultartangi Station over the past year, one of the Station’s two transformers is back online following temporary repairs.
The waterfall that forms when Hálslón Reservoir fills, has been formally named. The name was announced in Egilsstadir this week. A report on the waterfalls within the area affected by the Kárahnjúkar Power Plant was presented on the same occasion.
Landsvirkjun, the Blanda Station, was on of six companies that received recognition from the Administration of Occupational Safety and Health in Iceland (AOSH) at the Occupational Safety and Health Conference in 2008.
What does Búrfell Power Plant have in common with an aircraft hangar in Austria, a swimming pool in France and a coal mine in Germany? The answer is that these places are ideal locations for cultural events and art exhibitions.
Landsvirkjun’s Information System Division has fulfilled requirements for certification in accordance with the ISO 27001 standard, information security management systems.
Among the first companies globally to adopt a new approach to finance green assets.
Acceptable first quarter results under challenging external conditions.
Landsvirkjun’s contribution to reigniting the economy.
Jónas Þór Guðmundsson re-elected chairman of the board.
Landsvirkjun and MýSilica join forces to support innovation and development in the Mývatn area.
The offering was very well received, with an order book which was multiple times oversubscribed.
The visitor center is temporarily closed due to COVID-19. This is only a precautionary measure.
The ratings apply to long- and short-term commitments, with and without the guarantee of collection.
Acceptable results in challenging external conditions.
A dialogue between the companies amid challenging conditions in aluminium markets.
An open meeting presenting the details of a new action plan.