Tekapo

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Dams In New Zealand - Hydro-electric Dams - The Waitaki
... A small station was also installed on Lake Tekapo, but although it has a small dam to raise the pre-existing lake, water was taken through a 1.6 km (1 mi) tunnel to a powerstation below the level of the lake ... of taking the discharge from the original Tekapo (A) station through a canal to the edge of Lake Pukaki, with Tekapo B station between the canal and the Lake ... The stations are (capacity) (annual output) (commissioned) Tekapo A (25 MW) (160 GWh) 1955 Tekapo B (160 MW) (800 GWh) 1977 Ohau A (264 MW) (1150 GWh) 1980 Ohau B (212 MW ...
Lake Tekapo - Hydroelectricity
... original outflow was at its southern end, into the Tekapo River ... Work restarted in 1944, and the power station now known as "Tekapo A" came online in 1951 ... fed into a 26-kilometre (16 mi) canal which leads to Tekapo B on the shores of Lake Pukaki ...
Lake George Scott
... George Scott is a small lake situated on the Tekapo River approximately 3 kilometres downstream of Lake Tekapo, New Zealand ... lake formed to divert water from the river into the Tekapo B hydro electric canal ... The Lake is named after the late George Scott a former superintendent of the nearby Tekapo A power station ...
Lake Alexandrina (New Zealand)
... immediately to the west of the much larger Lake Tekapo and further to the east of Lake Pukaki, located to the north of Lake Tekapo township ... The outlet feeds into a smaller lake, Lake MacGregor before feeding into Lake Tekapo described as “Opaque and milky blue” in colour ...
Lake Tekapo (town)
... Lake Tekapo is a small town located at the southern end of the lake of the same name in the inland South Island of New Zealand ... The lake's outflow into the Tekapo River is close to the village ... In June 2012 an area of 430,000 hectares (1,100,000 acres) around Tekapo was declared the Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve by the International Dark-Sk ...