Narva Hydroelectric Station
Narva Hydroelectric Station on the Narva River
|Official name||Нарвская гидроэлектростанция|
|Owner(s)||TGC-1 (dam in the Russian side)
Narva Power Plants (dam in the Estonian side)
|Dam and spillways|
|Active capacity||91,000,000 m3 (3.213634672×109 cu ft)|
|Inactive capacity||365,000,000 m3 (1.2889853353×1010 cu ft)|
|Surface area||191 km2 (74 sq mi)|
|Name||Narva Hydroelectric Station|
|Turbines||3 x 41.7 MW|
|Installed capacity||125 MW|
|Annual generation||640 GWh|
The Narva Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Нарвская гидроэлектростанция, Estonian: Narva hüdroelektrijaam) is a hydroelectric power station in Ivangorod, Russia. It is fed by the Narva Reservoir on the Narva River and is located 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) downstream of the Narva Dam (Kulgu Dam) on the east bank of the river. It was designed by a Leningrad design bureau Lengidroproekt and constructed during 1950-1955.
After the dissolution of the Soviet Union the Estonian-Russian border bisects the dam of the reservoir. The power station itself is entirely on Russian territory. The power station is owned and operated by TGC-1 power company. The dam is owned by TGC-1 and Narva Power Plants.
- A description at a Lengidroproekt website
- Tubalkain-Trell, Marge (2009-02-09). "Gazprom's subsidiary company demands the Narva dam to be given at their disposal". Baltic Business News. Retrieved 2011-03-08.
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