Vrutci Dam

Project purpose is water supply of Uzice regional centre in the Western Serbia and minor production of electric power. Included structures: concrete arch dam 70m high, accumulation 54 mill. m3, intake, spillway, diversion tunnel. Designs completed in 1974. Construction completed in 1980.

HPP Bocac

Developmental plans of the Company “HPPs on Vrbas” in Mrkonjic grad will primarily refer to hydro power use of Vrbas River’s basin, downstream from HPP “Bocac”, in the near future. Observing options of hydro power use of Vrbas’s basin which belongs to Republika Srpska, it was concluded that unused technical potential amounts 1118,1 GWH. All…

HPP Visegrad

Hydro Power Plant “VIŠEGRAD” began electrical energy generation in 1989. Installed capacity of 3×105 MW is achieved with Kaplan turbines, with an average annual electricity generation of 1010 GWh over three single-phase transformers of 115 MVA, ie, 15,75/400 kV facility. Mean flow is 342 m3/s, total reservoir capacity is 161 hm3 and length of 40…

Kemal Ataturk Dam

The Atatürk Dam (Turkish: Atatürk Barajı), originally the Karababa Dam, is a zoned rock-fill dam with a central core[1] on the Euphrates River on the border of Adıyaman Province and Şanlıurfa Province in the Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. Built both to generate electricity and to irrigate the plains in the region, it was renamed…

Kpime Dam

Kpime Hydroelectric Power Plant Togo is located at Kpime Falls, 12 km from Kpalime, Plateaux, Togo. Location coordinates are: Latitude= 7.01, Longitude= 0.643. This infrastructure is of TYPE Hydro Power Plant with a design capacity of 16 MWe. It has 2 unit(s). The first unit was commissioned in 1963 and the last in 1963. It…

Dam Keddara

The Keddara Dam, or Barrage Keddara, is an embankment dam 6 km (4 mi) northwest of Keddara on the Boudouaou River in Boumerdès Province, Algeria. Constructed between 1982 and 1987, the primary purpose of the dam is water supply for irrigation and municipal use in Algiers which is located 35 km (22 mi) to the…

Dam Sidi Salem

The Sidi Salem Dam is the largest embankment dam in Tunisia located 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) northwest of Testour on the Medjerda River in Béja Governorate, Tunisia. Constructed between 1977 and 1981, the dams supplies water for irrigation and supports a 20 megawatts (27,000 hp) power station.

Dam Mandawa

The Mandawa Dam is presently under construction for irrigation, hydropower production and drinking water supply, in the Kurdistan Region (Northern Iraq) along the main course of the Greater Zab River, a major left tributary of the Tigris River. The dam is a 65 m high embankment with gravel and sand sbeUs and a central silty…