Ringhals nuclear power plant
Ringhals is a large nuclear power plant in Scandinavia.
We are situated on the west coast of Sweden, 60 kilometres south of Gothenburg. Ringhals has three reactors – two pressurised water reactors and one boiling water reactor – which produce around 23 TWh in a normal year. This is approximately one sixth of Sweden's total electrical energy consumption.
The nuclear power plant is one of the few in the world to have both boiling water and pressurised water reactors.
Ringhals 1: Normal operation
Ringhals 2: Shutdown after 44 years of fossil-free electricity generation
Ringhals 3: Normal operation
Ringhals 4: Normal operation
This indicates current operation and production at Ringhals. The chart is regularly updated with current operational data, see time indication. The text is updated during office hours. During normal operation, temporary adjustments of power can be made depending on demand of electricity.
Contractors and consultants
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.