Ljungan is a 399 km long river that flows from the Swedish mountains to south of Sundsvall. Fortum has four power plants in the river system Ljungan, of which two are fully-owned.
River system Ljungan
Parteboda is the smaller of the two plants using the Ångesjön Lake as its reservoir. The Ljunga power plant was built in 1971–1973. It is a combination of a cliff station and a land station. The water that passes through the turbines is lead through a 6 km long drain pipe that empties into the Torpsjön Lake.
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