List of Largest Hydroelectric Power Stations
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! This article provides a list of the largest hydroelectric power stations, only plants with capacity larger than 2,000 MW are listed. The Three Gorges Dam complex in Hubei, China, has the world's largest generating capacity although Itaipu power plant generates the most electricity in the world in a single Dam. It includes 2 generating stations. They are the Three Gorges Dam (22,500 MW when completed) and Gezhouba Dam (3,115 MW). As of 2009[update], the total generating capacity of this complex is 21,515 MW. The whole project is planned to be completed in 2012, when the total generating capacity will be 25,615 MW. In 2008, this complex generated 97.9 TWh of electricity (80.8 TWh from the Three Gorges Dam and 17.1 TWh from the Gezhouba Dam).
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