Kakhivka Hydroelectric Station

Kakhivka Hydroelectric Station. The second-largest and southern most of the Dnieper Cascade of Hydroelectric Stations. It was built in the years 1950–6, 12 km southwest of the city of Kakhivka, in Kherson oblast. Each of its six generators provides 58,500 kW; together they produce an annual average of 1.4 billion kWh of energy. A highway and railway traverse the station's 3.84-km dam complex, which holds back the waters of the Kakhivka Reservoir. The city of Nova Kakhivka has arisen next to the station.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 2 (1989).]




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