Kadra Dam

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Kadra Dam Facts
Dam NameKadra Dam
State NameKarnataka
Type of damEarthen, Concrete Gravity, Masonry
Operated byKarnataka Power Corporation Limited
Nearest CityKarwar
ImpoundsKalinadi River
District NameUttara Kannada
Surface AreaN.A.
Lat / Long14.896734, 74.353996
Total Storage Capacity21,000 cubic/sec
PurposeHydroelectric Power Generation
Power Generation Capacity150 MW
Construction beganN.A.
Opening dateIn 1997
Height40.5 meters
Length2313 meters
Spillway GatesN.A.
ProjectKadra Dam Hydel Power Project

Last Updated on : December 15, 2015



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