Hydroelectric Power Plant

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Mariazell Railway - Power Supply Facilities - Power Plants
... Facility Year of inauguration Power Kind of Facility Position Erlaufboden 1924 2,8 MW Hydroelectric Power Plant 47°52′49″N 15°15′55″E / 47.88028°N 15.26528°E / 47.88028 15.26528 (Erlau ...
Miljacka Hydroelectric Power Plant - The Krka River Catchment Hydropower Structures
... Golubić Hydroelectric Power Plant Small Krčić Hydroelectric Power Plant Miljacka Hydroelectric Power Plant Roški Slap Hydroelectric Power Plant Jaruga Hydroelectric Power Plant ...
Međimurje County - Business, Economy and Resources - Hydroelectric and Geothermal Resources
... There are three hydroelectric power plants with dams and two reservoir lakes built on the Drava ... The Varaždin Hydroelectric Power plant fed from Lake Ormož, Čakovec Hydroelectric Power Plant is fed from the smaller Lake Varaždin and opened in 1982, while the Dubrava ... The latter two hydroelectric power plants provide 161.6 MW of electric power ...
Miljacka Hydroelectric Power Plant
... Miljacka Hydroelectric Power Plant is a hydroelectric power plant on the river Krka, located in Šibenik-Knin county, in central Dalmatia, Croatia ... The Miljacka Hydroelectric Power Plant, formerly called Manojlovac, is a relatively small high-pressure diversion power plant ... The power plant capacity in the beginning was 17.6 MW, and it supplied the power to the carbide factory in Šibenik ...

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