News in review

Exciting times ahead, says new CEO of Landsnet

Preventive measures against flooding risk in the River Þjórsá area

Iron sheet blown by wind caused outages throughout the Reykjanes peninsula for a couple of hours

Publication of a new report on undergrounding at higher voltages in the Icelandic electricity system

Landsnet’s annual financial statements: A total profit of of ISK 3,762 million in 2014.

More than ten power poles broken by storm

Landsnet and PCC sign a new power transmission deal for silicon metal plant in northern Iceland

Landsnet´s 2015 spring meeting proclaims an “electrified future” in tune with society

New government policy-making on grid’s development underway

Energy, transport and telecommunications vital for rural areas

Celebration og af new reserve power station and smart grid in the West Fjords

Organisational changes at Landsnet: Five new core divisions

All reservations lifted in Landsnet’s agreement with PCC

Landsnet and municipality of Hafnarfjörður sign deal on demolition of Hamranes Line no later than 2018

Well attended presentation on Landsnet´s grid development over next 10 years

Important for Landsnet to build consensus with all stakeholders

Landsnet signs contract with engineering firm Mannvit on the design of transmission lines in north-east Iceland

Launch of construction phase at Bakki site

Constructive points raised in Icelandic National Audit Office report on Landsnet

Overhead line between Hella and Hvolsvöllur demolished

Underground cable installation between Fitjar and Helguvík proceeding well

Landsnet participates in an international forum held in Iceland on energy security in the 21st century

Landsnet signs deal with Thorsil on transmission for a silicon metal plant at Helguvík

Draft scoping document for Sprengisandur Line submitted

New disturbance classification system adopted by Landsnet

Emergency exercise held by Landsnet and the Electricity System’s Emergency Partnership

Landsnet’s storm losses assessed at ISK 120 million – of which ISK 90 million in the West Fjords

Landsnet supports Specialisterne in Iceland and the Charity for Children with Autism

Landsnet becomes member of Festa – the Icelandic Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility