Bhatsa Dam

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Bhatsa Dam Facts
Dam NameBhatsa Dam
State NameMaharashtra
Type of damEarthen / Gravity
Nearest TownShahapur
ImpoundsBhatsa river
District NameThane
Catchment Area388.50 km2
Lat / Long19.513218, 73.417511
Total Storage Capacity976.100 m3
PurposeIrrigation, Hydroelectric Power Generation and Drinking - Water Supply
Construction beganIn 1977
Opening dateIn 1983
Height89 meters
Length959 meters
Power Generation Capacity15 MW
Spillway TypeOgee
Spillway Gates5
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
ProjectBhatsa Dam Project

Last Updated on : December 15, 2015



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