Hydroelectric power stations in Argentina

2017-07-30T17:32:25+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Yacyretá Dam, El Chocón Dam, Los Reyunos Dam, Néstor Kirchner Dam, Piedra del Águila Dam, Florentino Ameghino Dam, Arroyito Dam, Pichi Picún Leufú Dam, Punta Negra Dam, Alicurá Dam, Salto Grande Dam, Los Molinos Dam, Los Caracoles Dam, Rio Grande Hydroelectric Complex, La Viña Dam, Quebrada de Ullúm Dam flashcards Hydroelectric power stations in Argentina
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  • Yacyretá Dam
    The Yacyretá Dam or Hydroelectric Power Station Jasyretâ-Apipé (from Guaraní jasy retã, "land of the moon") is a dam and hydroelectric power plant built over the waterfalls of Jasyretâ-Apipé in the Paraná River, between the Argentine Province of Corrientes and the Paraguayan City of Ayolas.
  • El Chocón Dam
    The El Chocón Dam (Spanish: La Presa de El Chocón) is the fourth of the five dams on the Limay River in the northwestern Argentine Patagonia (the Comahue region), at 381 metres (1,250 ft) above mean sea level.
  • Los Reyunos Dam
    The Los Reyunos Dam is an embankment dam on the Diamante River, in central Mendoza Province, Argentina, some twenty-two miles (thirty-five kilometers) from the city of San Rafael.
  • Néstor Kirchner Dam
    The Néstor Kirchner Dam, formerly known as Condor Cliffs Dam, is a concrete-face rock-fill dam being built on the Santa Cruz River about 180 km (110 mi) west of Puerto Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz Province, Argentina.
  • Piedra del Águila Dam
    The Piedra del Águila Dam (in Spanish, Embalse Piedra del Águila) is the second of five dams on the Limay River in northwestern Argentine Patagonia (the Comahue region) and 590 metres (1,940 ft) above mean sea level, downstream from the confluence of the Limay and the Collón Curá River.
  • Florentino Ameghino Dam
    The Florentino Ameghino Dam (Dique Florentino Ameghino) is a gravity dam in Chubut Province, Patagonia, Argentina, 140 kilometres (87 mi) west of the city of Trelew.
  • Arroyito Dam
    The Arroyito Dam (in Spanish, Embalse de Arroyito) is the fifth of five dams on the Limay River in northwestern Argentine Patagonia (the Comahue region), at 315 metres (1,033 ft) above mean sea level.
  • Pichi Picún Leufú Dam
    The Pichi Picún Leufú Dam (in Spanish Embalse Pichi Picún Leufú) is the third of five dams on the Limay River in northwestern Argentine Patagonia (the Comahue region), near the town of Piedra del Águila.
  • Punta Negra Dam
    The Punta Negra Dam is a concrete-face rock-fill dam on the San Juan River about 28 kilometres (17 mi) west of San Juan in San Juan Province, Argentina.
  • Alicurá Dam
    The Alicurá Dam (in Spanish, Embalse de Alicurá) is the first of five dams on the Limay River in northwestern Argentine Patagonia (the Comahue region), about 100 kilometres (62 mi) from the city of San Carlos de Bariloche and 705 metres (2,313 ft) above mean sea level.
  • Salto Grande Dam
    The Salto Grande Dam is a large hydroelectric dam on the Uruguay River, located between Concordia, Argentina, and Salto, Uruguay; thus is shared between the two countries.
  • Los Molinos Dam
    The dam gathers the flow of a 980 square kilometres (380 sq mi) catchment basin.
  • Los Caracoles Dam
    The Lost Caracoles Dam, or Caracoles Dam is a concrete-face rock-fill dam on the San Juan River about 44 kilometres (27 mi) west of San Juan in San Juan Province, Argentina.
  • Rio Grande Hydroelectric Complex
    The Rio Grande Hydroelectric Complex is a pumped-storage hydroelectric power station in the Calamuchita Department of Córdoba Province, Argentina.
  • La Viña Dam
    The La Viña Dam, officially known as the Antonio Medina Allende Dam, is an arch dam on the Los Sauces River in San Alberto Department of Córdoba Province, Argentina.
  • Quebrada de Ullúm Dam
    The Quebrada de Ullúm Dam, or simply Ullúm Dam, is an embankment dam on the San Juan River, just west of San Juan in Ullúm Department of the Province of San Juan, Argentina.