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List of hydroelectric power stations in Guatemala

 

List of hydroelectric power stations in Guatemala

This is a list of hydroelectric power stations in Guatemala:[1][2][3] The list is incomplete. The Guatemalan Electricity regulating Authority CNEE also has a listing on their website.

Name River Coordinates Municipality Department Capacity
(Mw)
Generation
annual
(Gwh)
Generation
till 2006
(Gwh)
Start
year
Costs*
Chixoy Chixoy River San Cristóbal Alta Verapaz
300.00
1245.50
28647.24
1983
944
Xacbal Xacbal River Chajul El Quiché
94.00
486.00
2010
250
Aguacapa Aguacapa River Guanazapa Escuintla
90.00
264.00
6600.96
1981
Jurún Marinalá Michatoya River finca el Salto Escuintla
60.00
185.00
6674.91
1970
Las Vacas Las Vacas River Chinautla Guatemala
45.00
120.00
2002
Los Esclavos Los Esclavos River Cuilapa Santa Rosa
14.00
48.68
1947.05
1966
Pasabien Pasabien River Rio Hondo Zacapa
12.80
40.80
2001
Río Bobos Bobos River Morales Izabal
10.00
47.03
Santa María Samalá River Zunil Quetzaltenango
6.80
38.00
1927
El Salto Michatoya River Escuintla
5.00
6.50
1939
Palín II Michatoya River Palín Escuintla
2.90
2005
El Porvenir San Pablo San Marcos
2.28
16.00
1968
Chichaic Cobán Alta Verapaz
0.70
1979
*) Building costs in millions of US$

References

  1. ^ INDE. Hidroeléctricas. Consultado: 09-12-2010.
  2. ^ :
  3. ^
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