|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Embankment, concrete-face rock-fill|
|Height||125 m (410 ft)|
|Length||453 m (1,486 ft)|
|Dam volume||3,900,000 m3 (5,101,007 cu yd)|
|Total capacity||2,165,000,000 m3 (1,755,194 acre·ft)|
|Active capacity||796,000,000 m3 (645,328 acre·ft)|
|Catchment area||4,119 km2 (1,590 sq mi)|
|Surface area||62 km2 (24 sq mi)|
|Name||Cirata Power Station|
|Operator(s)||PT Pembangkitan Jawa Bali|
|Turbines||8 x 126 MW Francis-type|
|Installed capacity||1,008 MW|
|Annual generation||1,426 GWh|
The Cirata Dam is an embankment dam on the Citarum River in West Java, Indonesia. It is located 100 km (62 mi) southeast of Jakarta. It was constructed between 1984 and 1988 for the primary purpose of hydroelectric power generation. Other purposes include flood control, aquaculture, water supply and irrigation. The 125 m (410 ft) tall concrete-face rock-fill dam is situated just before a sharp bend in the river and withholds a reservoir with a gross storage capacity of 2,165,000,000 m3 (1,755,194 acre·ft). The reservoir has a surface area of 62 km2 (24 sq mi) which caused the relocation of 6,335 families. The dam's power station is located on the north side of the river bend and contains eight 126 MW Francis turbine-generators. It has a total installed capacity of 1,008 MW and an annual generation of 1,426 GWh. The power station was completed in two phases, the second was completed in 1998. It serves mostly as a peaking power plant and is the largest hydroelectric power station in Indonesia. The construction of the dam resulted in involuntary resettlement of 56000 people.
- Jatiluhur Dam – located downstream
- Saguling Dam – located upstream
- List of power stations in Indonesia
- List of conventional hydroelectric power stations
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