List of dams and reservoirs in Kyrgyzstan

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Dams and reservoirs in Kyrgyzstan are used for irrigation, water supply, hydro-electric power generation or combination of these. The country's largest reservoirs are listed below.

Name Location River Designed Capacity
millions of m3
Surface area
km2
Dam height, m Primary usage Year built
Ala-Archinskoe Reservoir Chui Province Ala Archa River 39 5.21 22 Irrigation 1968
At-Bashi Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Naryn River 10 79 Hydroelectricity 1970
Bazar Korgonskoye Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Kara Unkur River 30 2.8 25 Irrigation 1962
Kambarata-2 Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Naryn River 70 60 Hydroelectricity 2010
Kirov Reservoir Talas Province Talas River 550 26.5 83 Irrigation 1975
Kurpsai Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Naryn River 270 12.2 110 Hydroelectricity 1981
Naimanskoye Reservoir Osh Province Abshir Sai River 40 3.2 40.5 Regulation, irrigation 1968
Orto-Tokoy Reservoir Naryn Province Chu River 470 26 52 Irrigation 1956
Papan Reservoir Osh Province Ak-Buura River 260 7.1 120 Irrigation, water supply 1980
Shamaldysai Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Naryn River 41 37 Hydroelectricity 1992
Sokulukskoye Reservoir Chui Province Sokuluk River 11.5 1.77 28 Irrigation 1968
Turtkulskoye Reservoir Batken Province Isfana River 90 6.6 3 Irrigation 1971
Tash-Kumyr Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Naryn River 140 75 Hydroelectricity 1985
Toktogul Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Naryn River 195,000 284.3 215 Hydroelectricity, irrigation 1974
Uch-Kurgansk Reservoir Jalal-Abad Province Naryn River 53 4 34 Hydroelectricity 1974

Citations: [1][2][3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of major hydroelectric facilities Kyrgyzskoy Republic" (in Russian). CA Water. Retrieved 24 February 2012. 
  2. ^ "Water Reservoirs in Kyrgyzstan". Advantour. Retrieved 24 February 2012. 
  3. ^ "Reservoirs of Kyrgyzstan". CA Water. Retrieved 24 February 2012. 
  4. ^ "Morphometric characteristics of large reservoirs of Kyrgyzstan" (in Russian). Welcome.kg. Retrieved 24 February 2012.