Jabban Hydropower Plant
Tue, 2017-Jun-13 11:33 UTC
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Jabban (Malakand-I) Hydropower Plant (MHPP-I) is a small, low-head, run-of-the-river hydroelectric power generation station of 22 megawatt generation capacity (four units of 5.5 MW each), located at Jabban, Malakand District, KPK province of Pakistan on the flows of Swat River and about 210 km from Pakistan's Capital Islamabad, 45 km from the city of Mardan and 7 km upstream of 20 MW Dargai Hydropower Plant (Malakand-II). It is a small hydel power generating plant constructed and put in commercial operation on July 1938 generating Average Annual yield of 122 million units (GWh) of least expensive electricity.
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