Landsvirkjun is Iceland‘s largest power producer. Our role is to consistently endeavour to maximise the yield and value of the natural resources we have beenentrusted with, in a sustainable, responsible and efficient manner. Landsvirkjun’s future vision is to be a progressive, international energy company in the field of renewable energy. We want to be amongst the best in the generation and sale of power. Landsvirkjun operates 15 hydropower stations, three geothermal power stations and two wind turbines in five areas of operation, all over Iceland. Landsvirkjun believes in an integrated approach guided by prudence, reliability and the harmony of operations with both environment and society
HS Orka is the third largest power company in Iceland and the only one rivately owned with over forty years of successful operations in the arena of renewable energy. HS Orka owns and operates two state of the art CHP eothermal power plants at Svartsengi and in Reykjanes in South West Iceland. Their core operations have been production of electricity and hot water. The mission of HS Orka is to serve homes and industries through multiple, sustainable utilization of resources for the harnessing and sale of eco-friendly energy and other products for the benefit of customers, society and the company.
Orkuveita Reykjavíkur, also known as Reykjavík Energy, is Iceland‘s largest producer of geothermal energy. The subsidiary ON Power generates electricity
and hot water in two geothermal power plants, at Nesjavellir and Hellisheiði. The current combined power of the plants is 423 MW electricity and 533 MW thermal. Furthermore, OR’s subsidiary Veitur Utilities is responsible for providing about 70% of Icelanders with geothermal heating. Veitur receive hot water from ON Power’s eothermal power plants. Additionally, Veitur’s own direct use of geothermal resources provides up to 500 MW of thermal power. All companies emphasize environmental, social and fiscal sustainability in all their operations. Special attention is given to gender equality and the companies have committed to developing methods that allow for zeroemission utilization of the geothermal resource.