The Narva Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Нарвская гидроэлектростанция, Estonian: Narva hüdroelektrijaam) is a hydroelectric power station in Ivangorod, Russia. It is fed by the Narva Reservoir on the Narva River and is located 2 km downstream of the dam on the east bank of the river. It was designed by a Leningrad design bureau Lengidroproekt and constructed during 1950-1955.
After the dissolution of the Soviet Union the Estonian-Russian border bisects the dam of the reservoir. The power station itself is entirely on Russian territory.