HYDRO POWER PLANTS

 

POSITION

PROJECT NAME AND LOCATION

EMPLOYER

PROJECT VALUE IN THOUSANDS OF USD

CONSTR. PERIOD


DESCRIPTION OF WORKS

1)

Nikola Tesla Hydro Power Plant, Vinodol, Croatia

Udružena elektroprivreda Hrvatske, Zagreb

 

1948-1952

HPP Nikola Tesla in Vinodol, rated power 110 MW, Lokvarka earth dam, height 70 m, 800,000 m3 of material placed, Bajer concrete dam 60 m high, headwater channel and diversion tunnel 14 km of total length, cross-section 7 m2, switchyard, storage reservoir of 32 million cu.m.

2)

Ozalj Hydro Power Plant, Ozalj, Croatia

Udružena elektroprivreda Hrvatske, Zagreb

 

1949-1951

HPP Ozalj on the Kupa River, rated power 3.6 MW, dam installations on the river, dam and engine room construction

3)

Zavrelje Hydro Power Plant, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Udružena elektroprivreda Hrvatske, Zagreb

 

1949-1952

HPP Zavrelje near Dubrovnik, rated power 3.6 MW, reinforced concrete canal, engine room and dam.

4)

Gojak Hydro Power Plant, Ogulin, Croatia

Udružena elektroprivreda Hrvatske, Zagreb

 

1954-1959

HPP Gojak near Ogulin, rated power 48 MW, earth and concrete dam, headwater channel 9.4 km long, clearance 4.5 m, relief well, engine room.

5)

Split Hydro Power Plant, Split, Croatia

Dalmatinske hidroelektrane, Split

 

1958-1962

HPP Split, rated power 240 MW, storage reservoir and Prančevići concrete dam on the Cetina River, height 35 m, headwater channels 9.6 km long, clearance 6.1 m, ducts, water intake and installations.

6)

Senj Hydro Power Plant, Senj, Croatia

Zajednica elektroprivrednih poduzeća Hrvatske, Hidroelektrana Senj

 

1961-1965

HPP Senj, rated power 216 MW, storage reservoir, Sklope earth embankment 74 m high, concrete overflow dam Gusić Polje, embankments, water intake, headwater channels 22.7 km long, cross-section 20 m2, main plant.

7)

Rijeka Hydro Power Plant, Rijeka, Croatia

Udružena elektroprivreda Hrvatske, Zagreb

 

1964-1968

HPP Rijeka, rated power 41 MW, gravity concrete dam, tunnel inclined ducts, underground engine room and access tunnel.

8)

Sklope Hydro Power Plant, Lika, Croatia

Združeno poduzueće elektroprivrednih organizacija, Rijeka

 

1968-1970

HPP Sklope, rated power 25 MW, Kruščica storage reservoir, Sklope earth dam 77 m high, headwater channel, water intake.

9)

Orlovac Hydro Power Plant, Split, Croatia

Elektroprivreda Dalmacije, Split

 

1968-1973

HPP Orlovac, rated power 249 MW, Lipa storage reservoir, headwater channel 12 km long, clearance 5.5 m, supply channels in Livanjsko Polje.

10)

Varaždin Hydro Power Plant, (Central Drava 3), Croatia

Elektroprivreda, Zagreb

43

1971-1974

HPP Varaždin, rated power 86 MW, storage reservoir, dam, diversion canals, engine room.
Total excavation : 6.2 mil. m2,

 

 

 

 

 

embankments 3.5 mil. m3,

 

 

 

 

 

concrete 100,000 m3,

 

 

 

 

 

asphalt 615,000 m2.

11)

Ormož Hydro Power Plant (Central Drava 2), Slovenia

Dravske elektrane, Maribor

12400

1975-1978

HPP Ormož, rated power 111 MW, excavation for engine room, headwater and discharge canals 4.5 km of length, asphalting of headwater channel slopes.

12)

Čakovec Hydro Power Plant (Central Drava 4), Croatia

Elektroprivreda-Zagreb

63360

1975-1981

HPP Čakovec, rated power 77.6 MW, storage reservoir, dam, diversion channels, engine room. Total excavation 5.6 mil. m3,

 

 

 

 

 

embankments 4.3 mil. m3,

 

 

 

 

 

concrete 109,000 m3, asphalt

 

 

 

 

 

403,000 m2.

13)

Obrovac Reversible Hydro Power Plant Obrovac, Croatia

Elektroprivreda Dalmacije, Split

17500

1978-1983

Reversible HPP Obrovac, rated power 310 MW, supply installations, headwater channel 8.1 km long, clearance 5.2 m, gate chamber, relief well, penstock.

14)

Dubrava Hydro Power Plant (Central Drava 5), Croatia

Elektroprivreda Zagreb

30490

1985-1988

HPP Dubrava, rated power 75 MW, concrete gravity dam with four discharge fields. Dam length 112 m, 54,000 m3 of concrete poured in concrete part. The filled part 300 m long. Dam height 23.5 m. Diversion channel (supply 2 km, discharge 4.8 km) is separated by the engine room. A multipurpose plant (energy, flood prevention, water supply, recreation and drainage of surplus flood water). Storage reservoir with embankments along the dam create a lake of 16.6 m2 area Embankments 22.5 km of length.