|Construction cost||US$4 billion|
|Dam and spillways|
|Turbines||4 × 130MW|
|Installed capacity||520 MW|
The Capanda Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Kwanza River in Malanje Province, Angola. The facility generates power by utilizing four turbines and 130 MW each, totalling the installed capacity to 520 MW. The dam was constructed by Gamek, a government body, for a total cost of US$4 billion. An additional cost of more than US$400 million was spent in repairing the damage caused during UNITA's occupation of the area at the time of the Angolan Civil War in 1992 and 1999.
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