When all six turbines turbines come online, the facility will generate a total of 3,600 megawatts of power.
“It is a unique hydroelectric station, not everyone is capable of constructing such a structure in the mountains,” Senior Engineer Sherali Imomaliev said.
The project itself can trace its roots back to the 1959, with ground being broken in 1976. However, following the collapse of the Soviet Union the project suffered numerous setbacks. With the assistance
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