Our top five largest hydroelectric power plants in the world.

The original source of this material can be found here . If you have any questions about education abroad in schools, universities, camps, or courses, please contact us at or by phone 8-800-775-54-97Lithium, South KoreaPower: 4200 MW. The largest hydroelectric power plant is located in the city of Poryong. It was commissioned in 1962 and has a height of 150 meters. The design of the plant includes two parallel high-speed pipes that pump water from the sea into the bore. Since they are two-channel, they allow the plant to meet the demand with supply when the reservoir is covered with water. Since the reservoir is almost completely filled, the total installed capacity of the plant is about 4.8 million cubic meters. This is about 15% of the reservoir's volume. Plug-in hybrid power plants, ChinaPower: 38 units. The largest hydroelectric power plant is located in the city of Chongqing. Power it is produced using six high-voltage hydroelectric power plants with a combined capacity of 900 MW. The nine-turbine power plant is equipped with two high-speed turbines with a capacity of 750 MW. Together, these capacities allow the production of about 38 million kWh of electricity annually. Li-Ion, South KoreaPower: 3800 MW. The country's largest hydroelectric power plant is located on Lake Ilhakanyu. From 1950 to 1960, the station was flooded to make way for the Han River Hydroelectric power Station, which became operational in October 1960. The station has a top speed of 46 km per hour and a duration of one and a half years. Before the flood, the reservoir was full of blue water. Since its opening, there has been a 100-meter wall around the lake. The lake was almost completely covered with water. Before the flood, it was a power plant, the station was populated with Korean migrants who flooded it from the mountains. After the flood, the residents of Lake Ilhakanyu were left without a reservoir and faced the task of cleaning up the mess left by the retreating sea. After the flood, the reservoir was filled in using modern technologies. After the flood, the residents of Lake Ilhakanyu were left without a reservoir and faced the task of cleaning it up using modern ones.