Gotsatlinskaya is a 100MW hydro power project. It is located on Avarskoye Koysu river/basin in Dagestan, Russia. The project is currently active. It has been developed in single phase. The project construction commenced in 2007 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in 2015.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Hydropower||100||100||–||Active||Dagestan, Russia||RusHydro|
The project is developed and owned by RusHydro.
The hydro reservoir capacity is 48.1 million cubic meter. The project generated 350 GWh of electricity. The project cost is $187.71m.
The project construction commenced in 2007 and subsequently entered into commercial operation in 2015.
Ukrainian Energy Machines was selected as the turbine supplier for the hydro power project. The company provided 2 units of francis turbines, each with 50MW nameplate capacity.
Privod supplied 2 electric generators for the project.
RusHydro (RusHydro) is an electric utility. The company generates electricity and capacity, and transmits, distributes, and sells it on wholesale and retail basis. The company generates electricity using various sources such as hydro, ocean, wind, solar and geothermal. RusHydro also sells heat energy. . The Russian Federation has a 61.73% stake in the company, while PJSC Bank VTB, Jivanta Ventures, Avitrans and others hold the remaining share. RusHydro’s services cover a vast area, from St. Petersburg to the Primorye Territory, and from the Chukotka Autonomous Area to the Republic of Dagestan. The company has operations in Russia and Armenia. RusHydro is headquartered in Moscow, Russia.
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