Hydroelectric power stations in Russia

2017-07-29T08:28:51+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Zeya Dam, Kislaya Guba Tidal Power Station, Bureya Dam, Pavlovka Hydroelectric Station, Sayano–Shushenskaya Dam, Zagorsk Pumped Storage Station, Volga Hydroelectric Station, Ust-Ilimsk Hydroelectric Power Station, Chirkey Dam, Votkinsk Hydroelectric Station, Narva Hydroelectric Station, Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station, Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Station, Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station, Kolyma Hydroelectric Station, Vilyuy Dam, Lower Svir Hydroelectric Station, Nizhnekamsk Hydroelectric Station, Saratov Hydroelectric Station, Volkhov Hydroelectric Station, Cheboksary Dam, Upper Svir Hydroelectric Station, Boguchany Dam, Baksan Hydroelectric Power Station, Irganai Dam, Krasnoklutchevskaya Dam flashcards Hydroelectric power stations in Russia
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  • Zeya Dam
    The Zeya Dam is a concrete gravity dam on the Zeya River, located by the town of Zeya, Amur Oblast, Russia, north of the Chinese border.
  • Kislaya Guba Tidal Power Station
    The Kislaya Guba Tidal Power Station is an experimental project in Kislaya Guba, Russia.
  • Bureya Dam
    The Bureya Dam (locally referred to as Bureyskaya, Russian: Бурейская ГЭС) is a hydroelectric dam on the Bureya River in the Russian Far East.
  • Pavlovka Hydroelectric Station
    Pavlovka hydroelectric station (Russian: Павловская гидроэлектростанция) is a power station located near the village Pavlovka on the Ufa River in Bashkortostan.
  • Sayano–Shushenskaya Dam
    The Sayano–Shushenskaya Dam (Russian: Сая́но-Шу́шенская гидроэлектроста́нция, Sayano-Shushenskaya Gidroelektrostantsiya) is located on the Yenisei River, near Sayanogorsk in Khakassia, Russia.
  • Zagorsk Pumped Storage Station
    Zagorsk Pumped Storage Station (Russian: Заго́рская гидроаккумули́рующая электроста́нция) is a pumped-storage hydroelectric power station near Sergiev Posad, Russia.
  • Volga Hydroelectric Station
    The Volga Hydroelectric Station or Volga GES (Russian: Волжская ГЭС) also known as the 22nd Congress of the CPSU Stalingrad/Volgograd Hydroelectric Power Station (Russian: Сталинградская/Волгоградская ГЭС имени XXII съезда КПСС), is the largest hydroelectric station in Europe and is the last of the Volga-Kama Cascade of dams, before the Volga River flows into the Caspian Sea.
  • Ust-Ilimsk Hydroelectric Power Station
    The Ust-Ilimsk Hydroelectric Power Station (Ust-Ilimsk HPS) is a concrete gravity dam on the Angara River and adjacent hydroelectric power station.
  • Chirkey Dam
    The Chirkey Dam (Chirkeisk GES) is an arch dam on the Sulak River in Dagestan, Russia.
  • Votkinsk Hydroelectric Station
    The Votkinsk Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Воткинская ГЭС) is a dam and hydroelectric power station on the Kama River along the border of Perm Krai and Udmurtia, Russia.
  • Narva Hydroelectric Station
    The Narva Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Нарвская гидроэлектростанция, Estonian: Narva hüdroelektrijaam) is a hydroelectric power station in Ivangorod, Russia.
  • Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station
    The Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Station (also referred to as 50 years of Great October) is a concrete gravity dam on the Angara River and adjacent hydroelectric power station.
  • Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Station
    The Irkutsk Hydroelectric Power Station (Irkutsk HPS) is a rock-fill dam on the Angara River with an adjacent hydroelectric power station.
  • Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station
    The Zhiguli Hydroelectric Station or Zhigulyovskaya Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Жигулёвская ГЭС, Zhigulyovskaya GES), formerly known as Kuybyshev Hydroelectric Station (Kuybyshev GES) is a large dam and hydroelectric station on the Volga River, located near Zhigulyovsk and Tolyatti in Samara Oblast of Russia.
  • Kolyma Hydroelectric Station
    Kolyma Hydroelectric Station is located on the Kolyma River in the village of Sinegorye, Yagodninsky District, Magadan Oblast Russia.
  • Vilyuy Dam
    The Vilyuy Dam (Russian: Вилюйская ГЭС) is a large dam and hydroelectric power station on the Vilyuy River in Chernyshevsky, Sakha Republic, Russia.
  • Lower Svir Hydroelectric Station
    Lower Svir Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Нижнесвирская ГЭС) is a hydroelectric station on the Svir River located in the urban-type settlement of Svirstroy, Leningrad Oblast, in northwestern Russia.
  • Nizhnekamsk Hydroelectric Station
    The Nizhnekamsk Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Нижнекамская ГЭС), also known as Lower Kama, is a dam and hydroelectric power station on the lower Kama River near Naberezhnye Chelny in Tatarstan, Russia.
  • Saratov Hydroelectric Station
    The Saratov Hydroelectric Station or the Saratov GES (Russian: Саратовская ГЭС) also known as the Lenin Komsomol Saratov Hydroelectric Power Station (Russian: Саратовская ГЭС имени Ленинского Комсомола) is a hydroelectric power plant on the River Volga that is located in Balakovo, Saratov Oblast, 130 km northeast from the city of Saratov, Russia.
  • Volkhov Hydroelectric Station
    Volkhov hydroelectric plant (Russian: Волховская ГЭС), named after V.
  • Cheboksary Dam
    The Cheboksary Dam (Russian: Чебокса́рская ГЭС, Cheboksary GES) is a hydroelectric dam on the Volga river, the latest of the Volga-Kama Cascade of dams.
  • Upper Svir Hydroelectric Station
    Upper Svir Hydroelectric Station (Russian: Верхнесвирская ГЭС) is a hydroelectric station on the Svir River located in the town of Podporozhye, Leningrad Oblast, in northwestern Russia.
  • Boguchany Dam
    The Boguchany Dam (Russian: Богучанская ГЭС) is a large hydroelectric dam on the Angara River in Kodinsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia.
  • Baksan Hydroelectric Power Station
    The Baksan Hydroelectric Power Station is a small hydroelectric power station on the Baksan River in Atazhukino, Baksansky District, Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia.
  • Irganai Dam
    Irganai Dam is a hydroelectric dam in the Untskul region of Dagestan, Russia.
  • Krasnoklutchevskaya Dam
    Krasnoklyuchevskaya hydroelectric power station is a small hydro power station in Nurimanovsky District Bashkortostan.