Uri Hydroelectric Dam


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Uri Hydroelectric Dam Facts
Dam NameUri Hydroelectric Dam
State NameJammu and Kashmir
Type of damConcrete gravity
Nearest TownUri
ImpoundsJhelum River
District NameBaramula
Catchment Area12750 km2
Lat / Long34.092250, 74.031703
Total Storage Capacity225 m3
PurposeHydroelectric Power Generation
Power Generation Capacity240MW
Duration of Construction to Opening( Uri-I Project)In 1989 to 1997
Duration of Construction to Opening( Uri-II Project)In 2005 to 2007
Height52 meters
Length157 meters
Spillway Gates4
ProjectUri-I hydroelectric Project and Uri-II hydroelectric Project



Last Updated on : December 15, 2015

     


     

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