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Georgia has about 25,000 rivers, and most of them are usable for construction of various capacity power plants. Drainage is into the Black Sea to the west and through Azerbaijan to the Caspian Sea to the east. The largest river is the Mtkvari (formerly known by its Azerbaijani name, Kura, which is still used in Azerbaijan), which flows 1,364 kilometers from northeast Turkey across the plains of eastern Georgia, through the capital, Tbilisi, and into the Caspian Sea. The Rioni River, the largest river in western Georgia, rises in the Greater Caucasus and empties into the Black Sea at the port of Poti. Soviet engineers turned the river lowlands along the Black Sea coast into prime subtropical agricultural land, embanked and straightened many stretches of river, and built an extensive system of canals. Deep mountain gorges form topographical belts within the Greater Caucasus.

 
Largest Rivers:              Largest Lakes:

 

Mtkvari  - 1364 km (847.5 miles);
Tergi - 623 km (387.1 miles);
Chorokhi - 438 km (272.1 miles);
Alazani - 351 km (218.1 miles);
Rioni - 327 km (203.1 miles);
Tori - 320 km (198.8 miles);
Enguri - 213 km (132.3 miles);

 
Paravani - 37.5 sq.km (14.4 sq ml);
Kartsakhi - 26.3 sq.km (10.1 sq ml);
Paliastomi - 18.2 sq.km (7.0 sq ml);
Tabatskuri - 14.2 sq.km (5.4 sq ml);
Khanchali -13.3 sq.km (5.1 sq ml);
Jandari - 10.6 sq.km (4.0 sq ml);

 

List of main perspective HPPs:

 

 

 

ENGURI RIVER BASIN:

KHUDONI
CHERI
JORKVALI
LAKHAMULA
DIZI
LUKHA
   

Total capacity, MW ----- 1190
Total annnual output, billion kWh ----- 3.19

 

RIONI RV.BASIN:

TVISHI
NAMAKHVANI
ZHONETI
ALPANA


TSKENISTSKALI

TSAGERI
LAKHASHURI
   

Total capacity, MW ----- 840
Total annnual output, billion kWh ----- 3.17

 

MTKVARI RV. BASIN:
MINADZE
IDUMALA
ASPINDZA
KHERTVISI
PARAVANI

Total capacity, MW ----- 370
Total annnual output, billion kWh ----- 1.07

SUMMARY:
Total capacity, MW ----- 2400
Total annnual output, billion kWh ----- 7.43

 

 

 

 

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