Zaramagskaya HPP 1
This hydropower plant is being built on the Ardon river. Zaramagskaya HPP1 is considered the largest HPP under construction in the North-Caucasian region.
- Capacity: 342 MW;
- The project will contribute to the reduction of electric power shortfall in the republic from 80% to 30%;
- The HPP with its diversion tunnel 14,254m
The construction of Loriberd HPP is significant for the development of Armenian power sector. The designed HPP capacity is about 66 MW with annual power generation as of 200m kW/h. Loriberd HPP will be built in the Northern part of Armenia, on Dzoraget river. It is foreseen to implement the Loriberd HPP construction by attracting private funds. The investment needed accounts for $122m. Project implementation period is estimated at 5 years.
The project for the construction of hydropower plant, which will have a double arch concrete dam 325 m high and 509 m long.
The designed capacity is estimated at 1500 MW, with generation totalling 3000 GWh.
The commissioning is scheduled for 2020.
The project investment is estimated at $1,5bn.
The initiator is Nenskra Hydro. Construction of a large dam and HPP system with annual generation as of 1.2bn kWh of electricity for domestic demand purposes.
Nenskra HPP with the capacity of 280 MW will be built on the tributary of Inguri river. According to the data of the Partnership Fund, the HPP will generate power starting from 2019, while project finalization is scheduled for 2021. The project cost totals $1bn.
The construction was initiated on 12 January 2017. HPP capacity will amount to 36 MW. The HPP is built on the river Araz. Ordubad will include 3 power units with the capacity of 12 MW each.
The adjusted reinforced concrete dam is 235m long and 12m high. The length of HPP diversion canal will amount to 12,738 km, max water discharge – 126.6 cub/s.
Khudoni HPP on the river Inguri (small)
The HPP is reservoir powered with an arc concrete dam. Khudoni HPP is a part of Inguri HPP cascade. The construction was initiated in 1979 and further suspended in 1989. Currently, it is planned to resume the construction of the HPP with a projected capacity of 702 MW. The construction cost is estimated at $777m with already invested capital of $150m. The commissioning is scheduled for 2022.