The cascade of V. I. Lenin chiryurtsk hydroelectric plants in the dagestan ASSR
The Sulak River and its tributaries constitute an extremely important hydropower resource of the Dagestan ASSR. The cascade of 20 hydroelectric plants on this river, which will have a total capacity of 3 million kW and an output of 10 billion kW-h (the Gergegil'sk, Chiryurtsk Nos. 1 and 2. Chirkeisk, and other projected plants), provides an excellent example of the effective utilization of a mountain river for the production of power.
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