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Senj Hydroelectric Power Plant is a large high-pressure diversion power plant harnessing the Lika and Gacka Rivers water in Croatia. Senj HPP has four turbines with a nominal capacity of 72 MW each having a total capacity of 220 MW.
Another unit of HE Senj is about to be built with the support of EU funds and HEP Croatian Energy Company. A construction on a billion dollar project is set to start in mid 2014 with completion dates around 2017 or 2018 at the latest.