Ringhals nuclear power plant

Ringhals nuclear power plant is the largest power plant in Scandinavia.

We are situated on the west coast of Sweden, 60 kilometres south of Gothenburg. Ringhals has four reactors – three pressurised water reactors and one boiling water reactor – which produce around 30 TWh in a normal year. This is approximately one fifth of Sweden's total electrical energy consumption.

About Ringhals

The nuclear power plant is one of the few in the world to have both boiling water and pressurised water reactors.

Current production

Ringhals 1: Normal operation
Ringhals 2: Normal operation
Ringhals 3: Normal operation
Ringhals 4: Normal operation

During normal operation, temporary adjustments of power can be made depending on demand of electricity.

Contractors and consultants

A security pass being scanned

Before you can come and work at Ringhals, we need several certificates from you.

People participating in training at Ringhals

You must complete certain courses to gain access to and work at Ringhals.

A female employee at a nuclear power plant

FAQ

See the answers to some frequently asked questions by consultants at Ringhals.

Agreements and requirements

Read and download PAKT documents, requirements for electrical equipment and agreements that apply to contractors at Ringhals.

Accommodation and leisure time

Those working at Ringhals have a variety of accommodation options and ample opportunities for physical exercise.

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Cows browsing next to Ringhals

We are continuously working to reduce the environmental impact of our operations.

Two male employees at Ringhals

To work at Ringhals, you need to be skilled, committed and safety aware.

Detail of building at Ringhals

Find contact details and information about visits to Ringhals nuclear power plant.