|Purpose||Power, flood control|
|Owner(s)||Public Power Corporation of Greece|
|Dam and spillways|
|Type of dam||Embankment, earth-fill|
|Height||165 m (541 ft)|
|Length||456 m (1,496 ft)|
|Elevation at crest||287 m (942 ft)|
|Dam volume||8,170,000 m3 (10,685,957 cu yd)|
|Total capacity||4,750,000,000 m3 (3,850,888 acre⋅ft)|
|Catchment area||3,750 km2 (1,448 sq mi)|
|Surface area||81 km2 (31 sq mi)|
|Turbines||4 x 109.3 MW Francis-type|
|Installed capacity||437.2 MW|
|Annual generation||848 GWh|
The Kremasta Dam is an earth-fill embankment dam on the Achelous River in Aetolia-Acarnania, Greece. It is located just downstream of where the Agrafiotis, Tavropos and Trikeriotis rivers meet to form the Achelous. The dam was constructed between 1961 and 1965 and its four 109.3 MW Francis turbine-generators were commissioned between 1966 and 1967. Shortly after the dam's reservoir, Lake Kremasta, was filled a 6.3-Mw earthquake occurred. This has been attributed to reservoir-induced seismicity. Lake Kremasta is the largest artificial lake in Greece.
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