Electric power infrastructure

This is a description of the existing high voltage infrastructure in the Tynset area. This is infrastructure operated by the national operator (Statnett) and the regional operator (Eidsiva). In addition there are numerous 21kV lines. There are five separate upgrade projects, and at least three of these struggle with the commercial viability, because the transport costs on the grid to a market hundreds of kilometers away adds to the cost of operation. This is the big opportunity in the area for a datacenter, where local delivery can remove this cost. Good negotiations can secure low energy and transportation costs for 15 years. Additionally, co-building the datacenter and the expansion of the existing infrastructure can bring down costs for both parties. The grid is extremely secure and all electricity is produced from hydropower.

Slomarka
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
50 MW
Site area:
1.000.000 m2
Rudshøgda sør
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
40 MW
Site area:
50.000 m2
Lalm
Short term capacity:
10 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
12200 m2
Krabyskogen
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
50 MW
Site area:
80.000 m2
Grundsetmoen
Short term capacity:
9 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
1.500.000 m2
Grue Industry Park
Short term capacity:
10 MW
Long term capacity:
10 MW
Site area:
200.000 m2
Heggvin
Short term capacity:
0 MW
Long term capacity:
300 MW
Site area:
1.480.000 m2
Tylldalen
Short term capacity:
1 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
1.000.000 m2
Plassen
Short term capacity:
5 MW
Long term capacity:
25 MW
Site area:
200.000 m2
Åkrestrømmen
Short term capacity:
1 MW
Long term capacity:
100 MW
Site area:
1 500 000 m2
Map legends:
Existing powerline 300kV
Existing powerline 132kV
Existing powerline 66kV
Potential powerline 300kV
Potential powerline 132kV
DC site
Power transformer
Powerplant
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