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Stations de pompage turbinage dans le monde

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Worldwide list of pumped storage plants

Argentina
Rio Grande-Cerro Pelado Hydroelectric Complex (1986), 750 MW

Australia
Bendeela (1977), 80 MW
Kangaroo Valley (1977), 160 MW
Poatina & Tods Corner (1964), 312 & 1.6 MW. Water pumped 140m from Arthur's Lake up to the low head Tods Corner power station & the 835 m head Poatina PS.
Tumut Three (1973), 1,500 MW
Wivenhoe Power Station, 510 MW

 Tumut 3

Austria
Häusling (1988), 360 MW
Lünerseewerk (1958), 232 MW
Kraftwerksgruppe Fragant, 100 MW
Kühtai (1981), 250 MW
Malta-Hauptstufe (1979), 730 MW
Rodundwerk I (1952), 198 MW
Rodundwerk II (1976), 276 MW
Roßhag (1972), 231 MW
Silz (1981), 500 MW

Belgium
Coo (1979), 1100 MW
Plate Taille (1981), 136 MW

Lacs supérieurs de la centrale hydro-électrique de pompage de Trois - Ponts Coo sur les sommets de Brume Coo

Bulgaria
PAVEC Belmeken (197?), 375 MW
PAVEC Chaira (1998), 864 MW

Canada
Sir Adam Beck Hydroelectric Power Stations, Niagara Falls (1957), 174 MW - reversible Deriaz turbines

China
Guangzhou (2000), 2,400 MW
Tianhuangping (2001), 1,800 MW

Croatia
CHE Fužine (1957). 4.6 MW
RHE Lepenica (1985), 1.14/1.25 MW[6]
RHE Velebit (1984), 276/240MW[7]

Czech Republic
Dalešice (1978), 480 MW
Dlouhé Stráně (1996), 650 MW
Štěchovice (1947), 45 MW

France
Grand Maison (1997), 1,070 MW
La Coche (1976), 285 MW
Le Cheylas (1979), 485 MW
Montézic (1983), 920 MW
Rance (1966), 240 MW hybrid pumped water-tidal plant
Revin (1976), 800 MW
Super Bissorte (1978), 720 MW

Germany
Erzhausen (1964), 220 MW
Geesthacht (Hamburg) (1958), 120 MW
Goldisthal (2002), 1,060 MW
Happurg (1958), 160 MW
Hohenwarte II (1966), 320 MW
Koepchenwerk (1989), 153 MW
Langenprozelten (1976), 160 MW
Markersbach (1981), 1,050 MW
Niederwartha, Dresden (1958), 120 MW
Waldeck II (1973), 440 MW

India
Bhira, Maharashtra, 150 MW
Kadamparai, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, 400 MW (4 x 100 MW)
Nagarjuna Sagar PH, Andhra Pradesh, 810 MW (1 x 110 MW + 7 x 100 MW)
Purulia Pumped Storage Project, Ayodhya Hills, Purulia, West Bengal, 900 MW
Srisailam Left Bank PH, Andhra Pradesh, 900 MW (6 x 150 MW)
Tehri Dam, Uttranchal , 1,000 MW

Iran
Siah Bisheh, Iran (1996), 1,140 MW

Ireland
Turlough Hill (1974), 292 MW

Italy
Chiotas (1981), 1,184 MW
Lago Delio (1971), 1,040 MW
Piastra Edolo (1982), 1,020 MW
Presenzano (1992), 1,000 MW

Japan
Imaichi (1991), 1,050 MW
Kannagawa (2005), 2,700 MW
Kazunogawa (2001), 1,600 MW
Kisenyama, 466 MW
Matanoagawa (1999), 1,200 MW
Midono, 122 MW
Niikappu, 200 MW
Okawachi (1995), 1,280 MW
Okutataragi (1998), 1,932 MW
Okuyoshino, 1,206 MW
Shin-Takasegawa, 1,280 MW
Shiobara, 900 MW
Takami, 200 MW
Tamahara (1986), 1,200 MW
Yagisawa, 240 MW
Yanbaru, Okinawa (1999), 30 MW (First high-head seawater pumped storage in the world) Hitachi[8]

Lithuania
Kruonis Pumped Storage Plant (1993), 900 MW installed, 1,600 MW designed

Luxembourg
Vianden (1964), 1,100 MW

Norway
Note: Norway has many large hydroelectric power stations. At some of the locations listed below, no power is generated: the pumps move water up to reservoirs feeding conventional hydroelectric power stations. [9][10][11]

Aust-Agder
Breive, Bykle
Skarje, Bykle
Hordaland
Aurland III (1979), 270 MW
Jukla, 40 MW
Kastdalen
Nygard, Modalen
Skjeggedal
Møre og Romsdal
Mardal
Monge
Nordland
Tverrvatn
Rogaland
Duge
Hjorteland
Hunnevatn
Saurdal, 640 MW
Stølsdal, 17 MW

Philippines
CBK, 700 MW

Poland
Dychów, 79.5 MW
Niedzica, 92.6 MW
Porąbka-Żar, 500 MW
Solina, 200 MW
Żarnowiec, 716 MW
Żydowo, 150 MW

Portugal
Aguieira, 270 MW
Alqueva, 260 MW
Alto Rabagão, 72 MW
Torrão, 144 MW
Vilarinho II, 74 MW

Russia
Kuban (1968), 15.9/19.2 MW
Zagorsk (1994), 1,200/1,320 MW
Zelenchuk (under construction), 140/150.6 MW

Serbia
Bajina Basta (1982), 614 MW

Slovakia
Čierny Váh, 735.16 MW
Liptovská Mara, 198 MW
Ružín, 60 MW
Dobšiná, 24 MW

Slovenia
Avče, 180 MW

South Africa
Drakensberg (1983), 1,000 MW
Palmiet, 400 MW
Steenbras (1979), 180 MW
Ingula (under construction), 1,332 MW

South Korea
Cheongpyeong (1980), 400 MW
Samrangjin (1985), 600 MW
Muju (1995), 600 MW
Sancheong (2001), 700 MW
Yangyang (2006), 1000 MW
Cheongsong (2006), 600 MW
Yecheon (under construction, 2011), 800 MW

Spain
Aguayo (Cantabria), 339 MW
Aldeadavila (Salamanca), 422 MW (2 X 211 MW)
Moralets-Llauset (Lleida/Huesca), 210 MW
La Muela (Valencia), 628 MW
Sallente-Estany Gento (Lleida), 451 MW
Tajo de la Encantada (Málaga), 360 MW
Tavascan-Montmara (Lleida), 52 MW
Villarino (Salamanca), 810 MW (6 X 135 MW)

Sweden
Juktan, 334 MW
Switzerland
Cleuson-Dixence VS, Lac des Dix, 2,099 MW (turbine)
Guttannen BE / Grimsel 2 (Kraftwerke Oberhasli), Grimselsee, 1070 MW (turbine)
Peccia, Cavergno, Verbano, Bavona, Altstafel, Robiei TI (Maggia Kraftwerke AG), 620 MW (turbine)
Hongrin VD, Lac de l'Hongrin, 240 MW installed, 420 MW planned
Mapragg SG, Stausee Mapragg (Kraftwerke Sarganserland), 370 MW (turbine)
Linthal GL, Linth-Limmern, 340 MW turbine installed; 1000 MW planned pump and turbine by 2015
Altendorf SZ / Einsiedeln, Sihlsee, 340 cubic meters per second
Lobbia GR (EW der Stadt Zürich), 37 MW (pump)
Ova Spin GR (Engadiner Kraftwerke AG), 47 MW (pump)
Ferrera GR, Valle di Lei, 82 MW (pump)

Taiwan
Minghu (1985) 1,000 MW
Mingtan (1994) 1,620 MW
Ukraine
Dniestr HPSP, 972 MW installed, 2,268 MW planned photo
Kaniv HPSP (design stage), 1800 MW
Kyiv HPSP, 235.5 MW
Tashlyk HPSP, 905 MW/-1325 MW

United Kingdom
Ben Cruachan, Scotland (1965), 440 MW (2 × 120 MW + 2 × 100 MW units)
Dinorwig, Wales (1984), 1728 MW (6 × 288 MW units)
Foyers, Scotland (1975), 305 MW
Ffestiniog, Wales (1963), 360 MW (4 × 90 MW units)

United States

California
Castaic Dam (1978), 1,566 MW
Edward C. Hyatt (1968), 780 MW
Helms (1984), 1,200 MW
Iowa Hill, (Proposed 2010), 400 MW
John S. Eastwood (1988), 200 MW
Pyramid Lake (1973), 1,495 MW
San Luis Dam (William R. Gianelli) (1968), 424 MW
Colorado
Cabin Creek (1967), 324 MW
Mount Elbert 200 MW, 1,212 MW
Connecticut
Rocky River (1929), 31 MW
Georgia
Rocky Mountain Pumped Storage Station, 848 MW
Wallace Dam, Lake Oconee/Lake Sinclair, 4 x 52 MW reversible units - operated by Georgia Power
Hawaii
Koko Crater, Oahu, Hawaii (Proposed)
Massachusetts
Bear Swamp (1972), 600 MW
Northfield Mountain (1972), 1,080 MW
Michigan
Ludington (1973), 1,872 MW
Missouri
Clarence Cannon dam (1983), 58 MW (pump-back capability tested twice in 1984 and not used since.)
Taum Sauk, 450 MW (pure pump-back; out of operation as of December, 2005)
New Jersey
Mt. Hope, 2,000 MW
Yards Creek Generating Station (1965), 400 MW
New York
Blenheim-Gilboa (1973), 1,200 MW
Lewiston Pump-Generating Plant (Niagara) (1961), 240 MW
Oklahoma
Salina Pumped Storage (Grand River Dam Authority) (1971), 260MW
Pennsylvania
Muddy Run, 1,071 MW
Seneca, 435 MW
South Carolina
Fairfield Pumped Storage (1978), 512MW - fed by Lake Monticello Reservoir
Bad Creek (1991), 1,065 MW - fed by Lake Jocassee
Lake Jocassee (1973), 610 MW
Tennessee
Raccoon Mountain (1978), 1,530 MW
Virginia
Bath County, 2,710 MW (Worlds Largest)
Smith Mountain Lake and Leesville Lake
Washington
Grand Coulee Dam (1981), 314 MW


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