Dhauli Ganga Dam

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Dhauli Ganga Dam Facts
Dam NameDhauli Ganga Dam
State NameUttarakhand
Type of damEmbankment, Earthen and Rock-fill
OwnerNational Hydroelectric Power Corporation Ltd.
Operated byKajima Construction Corporation, Ltd. , HCC Hindustan Construction Company
Nearest CityDharchula
ImpoundsDhauli Ganga River
District NamePithoragarh
Surface Area8 km2 (3.1 sq mi)
Lat / Long29.978556, 80.571957
Total Storage CapacityN.A.
PurposeWater Storage and Hydroelectric Power Generation
Construction beganIn Feb 2000
Opening dateIn 2005
Power Generation Capacity280 MW
Height56 meters
Length315 meters
ProjectDhauli Ganga Hydroelectric Project

Last Updated on : December 15, 2015



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