The Hellisheiði Power Station is the third-largest geothermal power station in the world. The facility is located in Hengill, southwest Iceland, 11 km from the Nesjavellir Geothermal Power Station. The plant has a capacity of 303 MW of electricity and 133 MW of hot water for Reykjavik’s district heating. The Hellisheidi power plant ranks sixth among the world’s biggest geothermal power plants by installed capacity.
The power plant offers educational tours and presentations about sustainable energy as part of its Geothermal Energy Exhibition.