Eildon Pondage Power Station
|Eildon Pondage Power Station|
|Location||Victorian Alps, Victoria|
|Construction cost||A$14 million|
|Total capacity||5,200 ML (1,100×106 imp gal; 1,400×106 US gal)|
|Installed capacity||4.5 MW (6,000 hp)|
The Eildon Pondage Power Station is a hydroelectric power station on the Eildon Pondage at Lake Eildon, Victoria, Australia. Eildon Pondage has one turbo generator, with a total generating capacity of 4.5 megawatts (6,000 hp) of electricity. It is owned and operated by Pacific Hydro, and the electricity produced is sold to electricity retailer TXU.
- "Pacific Hydro page on hydroelectric projects in Victoria". Archived from the original on 21 August 2006. Retrieved 2006-10-13.
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