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List of power stations in Georgia

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List of power stations in Georgia

The following page lists the power stations in Georgia.


Station Place Location Capacity (MW) Status
Inguri Dam Jvari 1,300 Operational
Vardnili I Hydroelectric Power Station Gali   220 Operational
Vardnili II Hydroelectric Power Station Gali   41.2 Flooded
Vardnili III Hydroelectric Power Station Gali   41.2 Flooded
Vardnili IV Hydroelectric Power Station Gali   41.2 Flooded
Zhinvali Hydroelectric Power Plant Dusheti 130 Operational
Khrami I Hydroelectric Power Station Trialeti 113 Operational
Khrami II Hydroelectric Power Station Trialeti 110 Operational
Lajanuri Hydro Power Plant[1] Tsageri 112 Operational
Tkibuli Hydro Power Plant[1] Tkibuli   80 Operational
Dzevrula Hydro Power Plant[1] Terjola   80 Operational
Rioni Hydro Power Plant[1] Kutaisi   48 Operational
Vartsikhe I Hydro Power Plant[1] Baghdati   46 Operational
Vartsikhe II Hydro Power Plant[1] Vani   46 Operational
Vartsikhe III Hydro Power Plant[1] Vani   46 Operational
Vartsikhe IV Hydro Power Plant[1] Samtredia   46 Operational
Gumati I Hydro Power Plant[1] Kutaisi   44 Operational
Gumati II Hydro Power Plant[1] Kutaisi   22,8 Operational
Shaori Hydro Power Plant[1] Tkibuli   38 Operational
Zemo Avchala Hydroelectric Power Station Tbilisi 37 Operational
Chitakhevi Hydroelectric Power Station Borjomi 21 Operational
Ortachala Hydroelectric Power Station Tbilisi   18 Operational
Bzhuzh Hydro Power Plant[1]   12.24 Operational
Khudoni Hydro Power Plant 638 Under Construction
Namakhvani Hydro Power Plant[1]   210 Under Construction


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Energo-Pro Georgia - Generation

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