Ente Autonomo del Flumendosa (EAF)
2003 - 2008
Description for San Lorenzo (Italy)
San Lorenzo (Sestu) is a small hydroelectric plant to supply the water pipeline network of southern Sardinia.
- Open-air Power House (external dimensions 16 x 10 x h7 m)
- Electromechanical Works (No. 1 Francis Turbine, IP= 1,250 kW, Q=1.2 m3/s, Head= 117 m, E= 7.2 GWh/y)
- Three-Phase Synchronous Alternator (6 kV/1,600 kVA)
Dam built to provide a reservoir for the urban water supply of Genoa.
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Hydroelectric project with IP = 300 MW.
Lower Diamphwe (Malawi)
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Alto Temo (Italy)
Water storage plant for irrigation purposes with a capacity of 90 Mm³
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