|Official name||Edwin Fabrega Dam|
|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Embankment|
|Height||98 m (322 ft)|
|Length||600 m (1,969 ft)|
|Total capacity||172,300,000 m3 (139,686 acre·ft)|
|Turbines||2 x 100 MW Pelton-type|
|Installed capacity||300 MW|
|Annual generation||1,450 GWh|
The Fortuna Dam, officially known as Edwin Fabrega Dam, is an embankment dam in western Panama. The original 60 m (197 ft) tall dam was completed in 1984 but it was raised to 98 m (322 ft) by 1994 to increased power generation.
It is the single largest energy source in Panama, providing 30% of the country's electricity. The Canadian public utility Hydro-Québec was an initial investor in the project, which was completed in 1984.