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Supa Dam Facts
Dam NameSupa Dam
State NameKarnataka
Type of damEarthen with Left Bank spillway
Build ByHindustan Steel Works Construction Limited
Name of TownDandeli
ImpoundsKalinadi or Kali river
District NameUttara Kannada
Catchment Area1,057 km2 with reservior
Lat / Long15.276112, 74.526663
Total Capacity4,178,000,000 m3
PurposeHydroelectric Power Generate
Power Generation Capacity50MW / turbine
Construction beganIn 1974
Opening dateIn 1987
Height101 meters
Length332 meters
Spillway Gates3
Type of Spillway GatesRadial
ProjectKalinadi Supa Hydro Power Project



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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