Hydropower Resources Of The Kyrgyzstan
Water is needed for electricity generation: more than 90 per cent of electricity for domestic consumption is produced by hydroelectric power stations in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. With regard to hydropower, the country ' s potential is estimated at 142, 5 billion kWh of possible annual electricity generation (16, 3 million kW of power), which can serve as a base for large hydropower. Technically possible for use Hydropower The republics make up 72, 9 billion kW/h and use only 7.8%. Kyrgyzstan produces 14 billion kW/h (economically efficient resources 48 billion kW/h) of electricity.
Artificial waters are essential to life and economic activity in the CD. The RC water repository is of great energy importance to the republic and is equally important for the neighbours (Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan). The construction of the Kambaratin GEC cascade would provide an opportunity to meet both the energy and irrigation needs without prejudice to a party. Reservoirs have problems. The water capacity of rivers and, consequently, the level of reservoirs decreases significantly in dry years. In the rainy years (e.g. 2003) the water level is rising to a critical mark, and water has to be dropped simply by cutting off the energy blocks, which of course affects the CD economy. The condition of the dams of a number of reservoirs, especially Ortocoyski, is a source of concern. And the breakthrough of the dam could cause catastrophic consequences. In recent years, the problem of the treatment of reservoirs from river floods has increased.
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