Kafue Gorge Upper Power Station
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|Kafue Gorge Upper Power Station|
|Thermal power station|
|Units operational||six x 150 MW (200,000 hp)|
|Nameplate capacity||900 MW (1,200,000 hp)|
The Kafue Gorge Upper Power Station is a hydroelectric power plant of the Kafue River in Zambia. The construction period was from 1967 to 1973. A power generating capacity of 900 megawatts (1,200,000 hp) was installed in six turbines, producing up to 900 megawatts (1,200,000 hp) each and the current capacity is 900MW.
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