Hydropower accounted for 94 percent of Norway's electricity production in September, according to statistical data released on Friday.
The country produced 11.19 terawatt hours (TWh) of electricity in September, out of which 8.75 TWh was consumed, Statistics Norway (SSB) said.
The Nordic country's electricity consumption increased by 3.6 percent last month, compared with the same period last year.
The largest consumption arose from the extraction of crude oil and natural gas and power-intensive manufacturing, the office added.
Last month, wind power accounted for 3.4 percent, while 2.6 percent of electricity was generated from thermal power.
By Murat Temizer